Friday, 15 November 2013

Margaret's Angel Quilt

I just finished quilting Margaret's Angel Quilt and thought I should share with you some of the quilting techniques I used.


The swirl filler is one of my favourites.


Followed closely by little folksy hearts.


Outline quilting is a trusted filler for applique.


One of Carla's favourites is the pebbles.


I hadn't quilted any McTavishing for a while so I added it in.


I tried to stipple as small as I could and still see it.


This funky orange peel is always fun.


I call this one melons.


You can still see the chalk lines that I used to mark my reference points on this piece.


And here it is, Margaret's Angel quilt.  A special thanks to Margaret for agreeing to letting me show you the "sampler" quilting.

9 comments:

  1. Love your folksy Christmas quilt! Your quilting is awesome!

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    1. hey nice post mehn. I love your style of blogging here. The way you writes reminds me of an equally interesting post that I read some time ago on Daniel Uyi's blog: Things You Must Know When Starting Up Your New Business .
      keep up the good work.

      Regards

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  2. Hurray for pebbles! Beautiful again : )

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  3. Wonderful Linda , such a pretty quilt and I love all the variety of quilting stitches you used , great work!!

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  4. So fun to use different designs. I like the orange peel one. Fab job!

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  5. It is a lovely quilt and your quilting looks great. I think my favourites are swirls and McTavishing.

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  6. A beautiful quilt made more awesome with the creative quilting!

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