16 May 2014

Blogger Quilt Festival - Spring 2014

It is time for the  Blogger's Quilt Festival hosted by Amy at Amy's Creative Side.  Amy is so kind to host this festival twice a year and I am so excited to enter one of my quilts in the running.   

The quilt I have entered in my version of Tipsy City by Jacquie Gering and Katie Pedersen.  I made this for the Pantone Challenge earlier this year.  I could not be happier with how it turned out and I really love that my quilting turned out.  I did all the quilting on my long arm quilting machine a Juki TL2200 QVP with Glide Thread.  I was originally going to do straight line quilting but then I thought it would add more interest if I used the quilting as texture.  I did not really plan this out I just went with the first thing that popped in my head and went with it.  This quilt finishes 34" x 37".




You can find my entry under the Small Quilt category


Thank you for stopping by and visiting. 


Cheers, 

Abby 


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13 comments:

  1. This is really pretty, and your quilting is just fabulous! Great entry!

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  2. Fun! I like all the different quilting designs and the mish mash of yummy colors. Congrats! Thanks for sharing your quilt's story.

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  3. Gorgeous! Good call on the quilting - it really makes the piece! Love it.

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  4. Just gorgeous! The colors, quilting and design! What's not to love about this?

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  5. Interesting quilting. I love how it all looks.

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  6. Love the wonky shapes. The quilting really complements it well. Enjoy the Festival

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  7. Love your fabric choices and LOVE your quilting!

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  8. I like that quilting as texture you did wonderful work and thanks for sharing the photos.

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  9. Love the colours and the quilting is superb.

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  10. Eye catching colours and a great variety of FMQ

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  11. love the improvised piecing and the colours are fantastic

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  12. I love it. The quilting enhances the piecing perfectly.

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