My Log Cabin Triangles quilt with the white-based prints is finished. Spiral quilting, label, binding, and all.
So hard to get good photos here - the sun is either too bright or the shade is too deep, and the sun is in the wrong place. Here the quilt is in deep shade but the sun was almost on the camera.
The spiral quilting went smoothly. There might be a tiny pucker, but once the quilt is washed it won't be noticeable.
I'm glad I took time to quilt this right away. I'll share it with the PC Quilters at my trunk show in December and the girls who make veterans quilts can have the pattern if they want. Tutorial here for Quilts of Valor or any charitable purpose.
This version finished at 54 by 72", too tall to fit on my wall vertically so here it is horizontally.
Linking up with Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Alycia Quilts, Wendy's Quilts and More, and My Quilt Infatuation
Looks great. Spiral quilting can be tricky for puckers, but it sounds like no one but you will ever know where to look. Congratulations on the finish!ReplyDelete
Your quilt is beautiful!! I also love the way you quilted it. Someone is going to love it. Hugs,ReplyDelete
Hi there! This is a very cool pattern. Flipping those angles give it some fun movement - I really like this Jan. :-)ReplyDelete
It turned out so gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Lovely (and timely) patriotic finish, Jan!!ReplyDelete