My modern guild is having a challenge to produce quilts for display when the traditional guild has its next show in the fall. The guidelines are: no more than 36″ on any side, and using some Riley Blake solids whose colors were extracted from a landscape photo chosen by the guild. The quilts aren’t due for several months yet, but I had a brainstorm and produced mine already. Here we go:
And here is a detail. In case you haven’t caught on, this is the one that was stained by basting spray. However, that came out just fine with dry cleaning.
Name: Blue Ridge
Finished size: 30″ x 17″
Fabrics: Riley Blake solids
Quilted by: me
It’s fabulous. I love linearity (is that a word). Love the way the closes quilting lines work perfectly with the pattern. Folks who see it will be awestruck.
It’s fabulous. I love linearity (is that a word). Love the way the close quilting lines work perfectly with the pattern. Folks who see it will be awestruck.
😊 thank you!
I love the design, colors, quilting…everything!!!!
Very striking! Love those narrow black lines and that you knew not to put them on every peak! And the echo quilting is perfect (I always wonder, to echo or to contrast).
Well, I echo in part because it’s easy 🤓
I love the narrow black lines too. Great graphic touch!
Thank you 🙂
Wonderful – I love the graphic design and the colors!
Thanks. I can’t wait to see what everyone else did.