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J-Quilts blog

Stipple and crosshatching

This gorgeous wedding memory quilt was made by my customer Liza, and was one of the largest quilts that I have quilted, measuring 100" x 130".  Liza requested a freehand stipple meander in the coloured areas of the quilt in a blue thread, and I suggested curved crosshatching in the cream memory blocks in a blending cream thread.  This has kept the blocks very neutral so that the drawings and personal messages can still be seen and read.  I quilted this quite a few weeks back now, I am only just getting around to blogging about it.   I love the jewel tones of the quilt, and it was lovely reading the messages as I was quilting them. 

I just wish I had a lovely king size bed to have been able to photograph it in full.





2 Comments to Stipple and crosshatching:

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Kay Bell Borderline Quilter on 26 November 2012 09:45
Thats a whopper, what a lot of meandering!
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Janette on 26 November 2012 19:17
Yes it was a whopper, 15 hours of meandering and crosshatching went into this one.

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