A Fun Finish

This quilt was SEW much fun to quilt!!!

It is a panel from Paintbrush studio and Essem Textiles is selling it. (Hurry in, I hear the panels are going fast!) When I first got the panel home, I was very impressed with the feel of the fabric. SEW very nice. And it quilted like a dream!!!

It is backed with a “Fit for a Queen” flannel backing and Hobbs 80/20 is the batting. It is quilted with Glide, light grey thread. All of it quilted freehand on my domestic sewing machine (Janome M7). I did use a ruler for one block, can you guess which one?

Each block has a different free motion quilting filler … it’s always fun to play!

This quilt is now on display in the store (Essem Textiles).

I was Featured

Jennifer, from Inquiring Quilter, featured my 2 quilts from the Island Batik June challenge:

And Denise from For the Love of Geese also featured the same quilt(s).

One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

Happy Quilting!    
Gail 

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  2. Awe, it is soooo ♪♪ cute and I love that each block is quilted differently. No, I have no idea which you used a ruler on. Thank you for sharing to Put your foot down.

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    • Thanks, Denise! The ruler quilting was done in the bottom R square … the straight lines. It was actually the hardest block to quilt!
      Thanks for hosting “Put Your Foot Down!”

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  3. Love all the different quilting patterns you put in this quilt! Such fun to play with motifs. Very cute panel–this quilt is going to make someone very happy! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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