The quilting is overlapping arcs, done with my walking foot. The arcs start in the green (upper right) corner and orange (lower left) corner, and overlap in the center. Modern like spiral quilting, but easier to execute.
I'll send this quilt to a breast cancer support organization that received one of my H2H quilts last year and sent me a very nice note about the recipient. Story here. I hope the bright colors and cheerful prints will bring comfort to a cancer patient.
Very pretty and cheerful, great donation quilt!ReplyDelete
Starting at the edges and letting the arcs overlap is a lovely quilting motif for the quilt. I hope you get another note back about this quilt when it is given.ReplyDelete
It is a wonderful rainbow quilt and will bring joy to someome.ReplyDelete
It's really pretty. Nicely done.ReplyDelete
Very cheerful, and the arcs look great! I've gotten thank-yous a few times as well, and it's always heartwarming.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful donation quilt for the Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge, Jan!ReplyDelete
A very pretty quilt which will be loved by the recipient.ReplyDelete
Great solution for the quilting motif. I've never done a spiral design and this looks like it would be much easier to achieve. Sometimes simple patchwork is the perfect thing.ReplyDelete
Love that quilting! I know how tedious it can be to go around and around and around. This is a great compromise with the same spiral feel. Smart! Congrats on a fine and generous finish :)ReplyDelete
Its a lovely quilt and made for such a great cause.ReplyDelete
Awesome quilt - but the quilting you did - I love that!! so cool looking!!!ReplyDelete
Such bright, happy quilt!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful finish. The bright colors will brings lots of joy. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete