Friday, February 19, 2010

2010 Opportunity Quilt

As promised, its the day after our guild meeting and here is the 2010 Opportunity Quilt.  We're calling it Jewel of the Mountains and its a French braid design (obviously).  The members did a great job piecing this quilt; it was really fun to work on.


And here's a close-up showing the swag and bead-board border with Bottom Line Copper.  I did the center of the quilt with the Double Plume pantograph by Keryn Emmerson  using King Tut Berry Patch on top and So Fine! in the bobbin.  The center was way too busy for any custom quilting.

And here's a photo of the back.  The fabric is the most delicious purple!!

If you'd like a ticket, let me know.  They're the usual $1 each or 6 for $5; and the drawing will be in September.

1 comment:

  1. Nice quilting! I wouldn't change a thing! It turned out great. I know you didn't want to do the "bead bored" but it really looks awesome. I am contemplating getting the edgerider wheels after you suggested that to me but am a little concerned about the difficulty installing them. How was it? or should I not ask.....
    Hope all is well, miss you and we need to make some concrete plans on when we will get together again. Take care,


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