I made another small quilt this past weekend to practice more graffiti quilting.
I darkened these pictures a bit so the quilting would show up better. You can see the flannel backing in this next picture.
Before I started this one, I looked at this tutorial on Karlee Porter’s web site. I used my dry erase board to doodle a bit before going to the quilt.
I think it helped to get into the flow of it. This will get finished off with a machine binding for my other grand dog, Bambi.
You didn’t think I would make a quilt for one and not the other, did you? Their momma, my Daughter #2, will be deploying this summer. She has a house sitter who will also take care of the dogs. I thought if she slept with these little quilts, they would smell like her and be a comfort to her babies while she is gone.
Linking up with Free Motion by the River, The Quilting Room with Mel
This is so pretty and makes me want to go quilt something.
I see a praying angel in your whiteboard doodle.
Beautiful FMQing and what a precious quilt for your daughter’s dogs!
I love that style of quilting. You do great work!
Very cool collection !
This is looking sooo good!!!! I have never tried this style of quilting before but I think I want to now. I find I have to turn off all my studio lights to get the quilting to show up!
Wow, this gets me so excited about trying graffiti quilting! Thanks for all the wonderful photos. And you are so thoughtful to make a quilt for your daughter’s dogs to help them through her absence.
Oh my word!!! That is gorgeous!
I thank your daughter for her service to our country.
Very cool. I need to start doodling more often – I’d really like to try a graffiti quilt.
Those doodles are pretty amazing eye candy! They’re quite a pleasure to look at. What a great idea for the deployment dog quilts, to comfort the “kids” in her absence.