Monday, March 05, 2007

More quilting for customers

This is today's work...a lovely argyle-look flannel quilt. The maker built it to be a 'winter' quilt, to come out close to the Christmas season. She asked me to use one of my pantos, "let it snow", for the stitching. I think it suits the quilt perfectly, she made a good choice.

As with most pictures here, you can click on them to view a larger version.

Next on the machine, Bacchanalia. We'll see if I get it all done in one shot, or in many bits. Luckily I have zippered leaders and will be able to remove it if it needs unstitching, or consideration from a distance, or perhaps, a cremation. Ain't the creative process grand?

Happy stitching,


Debra Spincic said...

What a cool quilt! It would also be a good design for plaid fabric. Hmm, I have a stack of those and would work for the Quilts of Valor. About how big are the squares?

Lisa said...

Either way I measure it (a four patch square, or the cross running through)it's 6" finished. The small squares are 3", and the little cream sash finishes to 1/2". You're right - it would look awesome in plaid!