Tuesday, September 7, 2010

I love love love this quilt!

You know when you have a spectacular quilt and you just don't want to give it back when you are done quilting? Well, I am having that problem with this quilt. I love how it turned out and I don't want to give it back. It's fabulous and it was so fun to quilt. Monica did a wonderful job putting the quilt together and I was lucky enough to quilt it. I hope you enjoy the pictures!



I mixed swirls, feathers and pebbling in this quilt to come up with the design. It really works well together I think.






The back is a favorite too. I used yellow, white and blue thread to match the top of the quilt and of course the thread on the back of the quilt makes a whole new reversible quilt. I love it!




Well, we are a little crazy here - moving this week and Clint leaves soon for Romania. Thank you to everyone who donated quilts this year, what a blessing to have so many of you help. We had over 40 quilts donated and the quilts will be going to those in need. We can't wait to share this years trip with you.

Oh, and like always, we have great deals going on in the shop. So be sure to check them out!

22 comments:

Elaine said...

I always love your quilting. It looks like trapunto or is that because of the pebbling?
PS May I ask how much you charge for work like you did on this quilt?

Sherry said...

When I grow up I want to be able to quilt like the green fairy.

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

The quilt top and the quilting compliment each other so well! Of course, blue and yellow are just such a perfect combination. I'll admit, mine never look that beautiful, but I'm learning more with every stitch! Thanks to both of you for the inspiration!

Lucky-1 said...

Wow......I can see why you love love love it.

Scottish Nanna said...

I love love love That quilt to You have A very special Talent.
Hugs Mary.

Sarah Craig said...

Judi, your quilting is, as always, simply spectacular!! A treat for the eyes....

Yvette said...

OMG! You did such a fabulous job quilting this. AMAZING!!!

Annette said...

I can understand why you don't want to give it back. It is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!!
Cheers <(*.*)>

Vicki W said...

BeeeeeUtiful!

Sara said...

absolutely spectacular - a work of art!

Marisa said...

Wow! Amazing work!

Needled Mom said...

As usual, it is stunning. I would hate to give back many of the quilts that you bring to life.

annieb said...

What a beautiful quilt and a stunning quilt job!

Nedra said...

You two make a great team!
Best of luck with the move. Is it close by?

Seams Sew Together said...

I sooo love your quilting, I hope to be as good as you one day :)

peppermintpatcher said...

Wow! You've done a beautiful job on this quilt.

Amy said...

This quilt is just gorgeous! You both did an awesome job!

Carin said...

Judi the quilt is lovely, the quilting you did just makes it! You do such a fantastic job.

Colleen Greene said...

Such a beautiful quilt! It has a very Dutch feel too it -- kind of like blue delft china.

John'aLee said...

That is one amazing quilt. We were talking about you at our quilt group tonight here in Panguitch. It was said that you are one of the best quilters out there nationally. Just thought you might like to know!!

Penny said...

Once again - a very beautiful quilt. You make the quilt tops come alive with your amazing talent!
Of all the quilter's i've ever seen you are the ONLY person I would entrust to quilt for me. I've always done my own. but you are the first that I would be thrilled to have your expertise on my quilt.
Thank you for such an amazing gift shared via pictures on the internet.
In awe,
Penny

Deanna/Mimi said...

Amazing! Beautiful!! Absolutely gorgeous!!!

The quilt is breath-takingly beautiful and your quilting skills are so gorgeous that it blows the mind. I sit here with a dropped jar...I am so in awe of what you have done.