Quilting QOVs Again!

I picked up a few Quilt of Valor tops over the weekend. This lovely one belongs to Kathy D.

I decided to use this panto on it.

I’m so pleased with the texture it gives.

I hope to get this one finished and the next one loaded today.

Have a great day!

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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9 Responses to Quilting QOVs Again!

  1. Karen Johnson says:

    I want to do this quilt. Love the contrast and it will be an easy one I think for QOV. It won’t need a pattern but want to make sure the inset triangles at done right. What is the pattern? Love the quilting.

  2. PattiP says:

    lovely. I was thinking of you last week as I finally tried the wavy line panto. It was surprisingy hard to keep the lines smooth I switched out to my wave ruler & got what I wanted.

  3. You do some beautiful work for our Veterans and I KNOW that they appreciate them!

  4. ~Deb says:

    I follow with previous comments – LOVE this panto and will be adding it to my quilting collection!

    Thank YOU, Miss Katy, for ALL you do to honor and cover our Veterans with your beautiful quilting, along with the many Quilts of Valor you have also created yourself.

    My Best,

  5. I have been looking at these fabrics at a local quilt shop. They look so nice with this pattern! Nice job on the quilting!

  6. ROCHELLE says:

    Beatiful quilt and quilting.

  7. Love it. The quilting makes it look like flags are waving!

  8. The panto is perfect. What a beautiful quilt!

  9. Kathy D says:

    LOVE the panto you chose; it has great motion! You inspired this quilt with one you made; I’m sure you remember your brickwork quilt (Barbara Brackman). Happy to find a use for this layer cake.

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