Thursday, April 15, 2010

Crop Circle Quilt - Quilted

 I decided to go with feathers in the background of my Crop Circle Quilt - although I did like the suggestion of cross-hatching.  I am thrilled with the end result - it was a fun little quilt to work on.




This quilt has now been added to my personal quilts which need to have the binding done - I seem to have issues with finishing quilts, especially when it comes to the binding.  I was thinking of including a solid coloured piping in white binding - what do you think?

It is back to customer quilts for me now!



26 comments:

  1. Yes, that binding would just be beautiful!! The quilt is gorgeous and a great one to keep!

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  2. Whoot! That looks fantastic! You ARE an amazing quilter!

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  3. Oh my Gosh! That is one of the prettiest quilts I have ever seen. So simply beautiful - the white, the pastel colors, the unbelievable quilting. Spectacular, really.

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  4. Oh Yes...and Amazing quilter you are! This is awesome, your work is just incredible. You have to put this one in a show. xo

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  5. No wonder you're thrilled! I think white binding with piping would be perfect, I'd probably go for a soft green.

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  6. It's really beautiful! I hope it will not wait too long for binding. This quilt is special.

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  7. wow, this quilt is just divine - I cant wait to see it finished.

    Nic xxx

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  8. Wow, now if I could do feathers like that.

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  9. You did an awesome job on this quilt! I love the idea of a little colored piping in the binding!

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  10. Beautiful quilt, it is absolutely stunning.

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  11. I absolutely love it!!!! Looks like you had way too much fun!

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  12. Awesome quilting. White binding with piping would be perfect.

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  13. Oh my God!! That is STUNNING...I just LOVE it. Amazing!

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  14. I love this quilt! Your work is amazing. I'd love to see it with coloured piping, it's a great idea.
    Abbe

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  15. All I can say is wow. And that's after I've scooped my jaw back off the floor! This is absolutely incredible - your quilting is amazing!

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  16. WOW - is all I can say! I am thrilled too. I love this quilt, the fresh idea, the intricate feather quilting, the combination of white and colored threads, everything!
    Great job!

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  17. This has to be one of the most beautiful quilts I have ever seen. It looks like Goddess Moons to me. So beautiful.

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  18. Hi this is Lynne, from Lily's Quilts. I LOVED your comment this morning on my blog - it made me laugh out loud. The only sister the queen had was Margaret who was a bit of a party animal - you can be her if you like. And I LOVE your crop circles quilt - it should have gone to the quilt exhibition at the V&A in London. And I wish you were my next door neighbour - I love binding but I can't quilt for toffee.

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