Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Back in the saddle again......


So last week we can call it a bust because Clint's family was here (we had a wonderful time) but I didn't get much done. This quilt is another Emily quilt. I put it on the frames last week and finished it last night. That will tell you how much I didn't get done last week. But I loved this one, it's a lot like her "napkin" but there was more feathering in this quilt and it was a lot bigger.


I call this the worm, but I think it's a pretty worm and it fits well with the design of the quilt.


I tried and tried to imagine how to start and end this feather and after a lot of thinking and wash out pen, this is what I came up with.


Another close up of the feather.


Feather block, this was definitely my favorite block.


More quilting and a small feather design.


Another worm, I should come up with a better name than "worm" but you get the idea. Any suggestions for something better?


I played with this picture, it's the back of the quilt, but I used the "Vintage" special effect so that you could see the quilting. I think I like it!

29 comments:

Zonnah said...

Wow! I am in awe :)

ByTheSea said...

I feel stupid... but all I can say is WOW! that is so beautiful

Christine said...

I have to ask, what does that kind of quilting cost?

cheers
Christine

Terry said...

WOW!! Your quilting is amazing!! :0)

Nedra said...

Again: You do amazing work!

karenfae said...

pretty quilting as usual Judy I don't know how you do it!
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Andy said...

Instead of "worm" how about "ribbon" ??

Gene Black said...

Your quilting work is amazing. And like Christine I wonder how much that type of work costs.

Barb said...

Just wonderful...totally wonderful!!

Vesuviusmama said...

The quirky quilt is fantastic, and your quilting - simply amazing!

kersten said...

amazing, like always!

Lisa said...

Stunning!

Needled Mom said...

The quilting is unbelievable, Judi....just gorgeous!

Suzanne said...

Wow - what amazing quilting!

QuiltSue said...

Amazing quilting, I love it.

Quilt Hollow said...

Just beautiful....lots of work went into this wonderful piece! Your awesome!!!

Carin said...

WOW! you are amazing, the quilting you do is just breathtaking.

Melissa said...

I like the "wormy" bits better than the feathers, even!

Laurie said...

Oh my goodness - you are truly a quilt artist! Amazing, lovely, eye catching work! Thanks so much for sharing your designs with us. Just beautiful!!
laurie

wordmama said...

I love the dimension in your quilting. What kind of batt are you using? Fantastic work. I love the whimsy of feather quilting.

That Girl said...

Oh WOW! I just found your blog today and I am simply amazed. Your quilting is just stunning!

Jennifer :)

Dawn said...

Another WOW moment!

Busy As Can Be said...

Oh my gosh!!!! That is so beautiful!

Sharon's Cottage Quilts said...

What a beautiful work of art! Well done! AND you had company??? An artist and a magician!!! Lovely!!
Sharon

bookjunky said...

Looks like some kind of snake magic to me. Beautiful beyond compare.

sweetypie50 said...

i think your quilting is exeptionally gracefuul there is something very special about your work ps i have nearly finished the waverunner blocks

Carrie P. said...

It's stunning!!

Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

Love your site! Lovely quilting on Emily's quilt too!

Pat V. said...

This is absolutely STUNNING!