I finished the top with my gorgeous Indigo Morris Island Batiks so now it was time to blanket stitch around the applique. I played with my Aurifil blues until I found just the right colors.
Here's the light blue stitched.
And the back
Next round stitched out.
I love the way the stitching looks on the back too!
Now for the quilting. Here's the top completely quilted.
This stitch is my favorite I ever created. I call it Webster Clams. Find out how to quilt them by following the link!
What's a quilt without feathers?
Needed something interesting so a circle with a few pebbles on the outside. I like how modern it looks.
The center with some more Webster Clams. A hit for a center that isn't symmetrical exactly. Pebbles work really well to hide any imperfections and draw your eye everywhere.
Some baptist fans
And the back. I love being able to see the quilting on the back.
Now on to the binding....come back Wednesday to check it out!
I hope you get to quilt today!
Wow! The back will be as pretty as the front. I love the quilting - you need to teach me how to do "Webster Clams"ReplyDelete
Pretty and so tiny.ReplyDelete
I just love this quilt!! Everything about it, from the applique, blanket stitching and quilting, is perfect!! Are you planning on putting out a pattern for it? I would love to make one!!!ReplyDelete
Wow! I love this quilt. Beautiful quilt and wonderful quilting.ReplyDelete