As promised, I do have pictures of the completed IPM Quilt from last week.
This is what I am currently working on. My “Add Media” button is acting up
so this is why my unfinished pictures are at the top of this post.
I will introduce Lily of Rosenberry to you. Sue Garman is the designer of this
applique pattern. It has taken me 2 years to get to this stage and today I am
drafting a pattern for the quilting. The design comes from Desley over at
Addicted to Quilts. She is from Australia and I do have her permission to
use her design to quilt this quilt.
Using a pencil, eraser and paper to design the corner area.
Here is the outside area of the corner-yes, more feathers. They look
great with just about everything.
And here are the remaining blocks from the IPM Quilt I was working
on last week.
I love the feathers in this block.
This sashing area is cream but I quilted it in the same manner as the
pinky peach areas.
Don’t you just love feathers?
Stippling is the name of the game in this block. I decided to quilt
it a little different-no feathers here at all.
I love how the block is divided up and adds a little more interest.
The straight lines in the pinky peach star section really emphazies
the star shape.
I am linking up to Freshly Pieced.
Hoping to have a good experience using 2 battings on the Lily of Rosenberry.
This should prove to be interesting, to say the least.
Have a good week.
6 thoughts on “IPM Quilt-part 2”
WOW!! Fantastic quilting Ruth! Love all those close up photos! You’ve done a fabulous job with those feathers!
Quilting the quilt surely takes a technical and artistic talent! And yes, i do love feathers, buthave not quite developed the smooth movements needed to do them well either on my sewing machine or by hand.
Oh beautiful beautiful quilting designs every were you look what eye candy and those lovely colours in the blocks to, many many thanks for sharing this beautiful work. Cheers Glenda
Soo much beautiful goodness!! Love it! I can’t imagine being able to do that… perhaps one day!
You seem a dab hand at feathers, wish I could get the hang of them. Your blocks are invaluable to study all the effects one can achieve with thoughtful design, thank you for sharing!
Absolutely stunning…love the quilting ( i was clicking on the photos to enlarge and appreciate even more : )