Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Baby Quilt Finish

At the weekend I managed to complete the binding on the small wonky crosses quilt to bring it to a finish.  (Yay!)


This quilt was fun to make and to quilt.  The blocks aren't very complicated and don't take hours to piece but look very effective, I think.  Wouldn't these look lovely in Christmas fabrics - like lots of little parcels awaiting opening?

When I first posted this quilt I mentioned that I wanted to try some new (to me) quilting on this one.  My choice was to quilt straight lines edge to edge, randomly angled and intersecting across the quilt top.  I enjoyed this technique and think it worked well alongside the angles of the wonky crosses themselves.  There were more quilting lines than I expected to stitch somehow, and it would have been easy to keep going, adding more and more lines to try to fill in the unquilted areas.  At some point I had to decide that there were enough lines to hold everything together without over condensing the quilting in a particular area.  It looks okay, I think and I probably will try this again on other small quilts.

This one will hopefully be a blessing to a mum and baby via Bee Blessed donations.

6 comments:

  1. Another wonderful blue quilt. So pretty.

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  2. Fantastic Sarah, what a great finish

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  3. What a finish! You have made a fab quilt. Di x

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  4. stunning and love the quilting! I take ages thinking about quilting on the quilt! x

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