Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Judy's Sampler is Done


I used Diana Phillips Flower Power book for the block design. I love her book. It is full of ideas that are easy to stitch freemotion. What could be better. Judy's backing is a yellow batik. I used King Tut Shekels thread on top and Superior So Fine Mustard #422 in the bobbin. The batting is Quilter's Dream Blend for a lovely drape. Judy had some fussy-cut sun rays in the setting and corner triangles. I used the Circle Lord to make the spirals in the center of the triangle applique and then free-handed the sun rays. This quilt was a lot of fun. I hope you enjoy the photos.







3 comments:

Lynn Douglass said...

Very nice, Linda!

Wheatridge Studios said...

WOW!! Gotta love it, and the thread you chose makes this a stunner!

Lesley said...

Love what you did with this quilt Linda, beautiful

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