In my last post about this quilt I mentioned that I was a bit hesitant about my choice of magenta thread for the machine quilting. But I think it was a great choice! It isn't as obvious in the darker blocks, but in the lighter ones it really stands out and looks fabulous...
The quilting pattern is an overall swirl - a different one than I've used before, but I'll definitely use it again. I do love a swirly quilting pattern :) Carol Linder in Hampshire did the long arm quilting for me.
The binding fabric is the same as the star points: Art Gallery Oval Elements in Mood Indigo.
The backing (the whole nine yards of it!) is Kaffe's Kite Tails in Emerald - the Pantone color of 2013. I know, I'm so on trend, right?
I want to always remember that my friend, Sharon, gave me all of the luscious fabrics for the quilt front, so I put her name right on the label...
I brought the quilt last week to my Crystal Lake Modern Quilt Guild meeting for show and tell. Here I am reading the label to Sharon...
And this was her reaction :)
That leaves only 6 items on my "Group A - Almost Done! Really Want to Finish!" UFO list.
27 total UFOs, but still, WOO-HOO!!
Pattern - Twinkle by Cheryl Wittmayer
28 blocks at 14" square
84" x 98" finished size
Warm and Natural batting
Star points - Oval Elements Mood Indigo
Star Centers - Kaffe Fassett Shot Cotton in Apple
Block Fabrics - 168 unique fabrics from Kaffe Collective, Anna Maria Horner, and Amy Butler
Backing: Kaffe Kite Tails in Emerald
This is such a beautiful quilt...........and celebrate that back.......I'm just learning how happy a beautiful back can make me !ReplyDelete
That quilting design is really pretty.........some of the swirls don't even seem to connect to the rest.........just lovely in that magenta thread.
I really like this pattern. Does it have a name? I think itvturned out beautifulReplyDelete
The pattern name is Twinkle by Cheryl Wittmayer. You can probably order it from multiple internet sites :)Delete