Community Quilt 40

22 12 2012

This pretty quilt didn’t take too long to quilt. It was a lap size quilt for starters. And I did very simple quilting on it, using long arcs to make the flower ‘petals’.

As all the fabrics were florals, I decided to quilt large flower shapes. To quilt from the centre out to the corners would’ve have taken too long, so instead from the point at one edge and did long sweeping up and down arcs crossing in the centre of each diamond and at the points. The effect is of large intersecting circles (‘cathedral windows’), or if you can’t see those (the back shows them better), then just flower petals 😉

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Threads used:

  • Top: Guterman Sulky in a soft variegated pink for the lighter diamonds (rayon, 40 wt; colour 2100); Superior King Tut variegated purple, blue, green and yellow for the darker diamonds (Egyptian cotton, colour ‘Cairo’ #932)
  • Bobbin: Wonderfil Deco-Bob (80 wt; colour DB 115)

Photos of all the Community Quilts I’ve quilted are here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhondamadeit/sets/72157630291250200/

 


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22 12 2012
treadlemusic

I have fallen in love with this quilting pattern. It really does so much for those more ‘angular’ patterned piecings….gives them such a graceful/soft dimension. On another ‘note’……light ring is ordered and I will have my dealer install it after the holidays. Also, discovered I was having problems with tension the other day, only to find that the prewound bobbin (came with the machine…Superior Threads) was improperly wound and can’t be used!!!! Not a very good ad for them, I’m afraid!!! Loved your post today…..Blessings, D

23 12 2012
stephbg

Such lovely florals. I have a soft spot for florals on a black background.

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