Labyrinth Walk

I finished quilting this Labyrinth Walk quilt for my friend, Donna. It’s a big one! I love the colors and fabrics she chose. She wanted a custom job that would emphasize the 3D design.

That meant lots of ruler work. When the quilt was on the frame, the quilting hardly showed at all and at times it was difficult to see where I had been!

I even started asking myself if custom quilting was even worth it. And then I took it off the frame and placed it in my guest bed.

Yep. It was worth it!

This is not a quilt for the faint of heart. Donna thinks she’s a new quilter , but I think she did an awesome job!

By the way, this is what nearly a quarter million stitches looks like! Have a great day!

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About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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23 Responses to Labyrinth Walk

  1. Ruth Moody says:

    This is the best example of the quilting I want on MY labyrinth quilt. I love it!

  2. I have always loved that pattern, but this version is especially cool. The colors and diagonal quilting make it look like you could just fall down into the crevasses!

  3. Rachel says:

    Very pretty! I love those stone walls!

  4. Wow. That’s quite the quilting job. Both the quilt and the quilting are amazing.

  5. Tell her she DID do an awesome job. I love these kinds of optical illusion quilts. And your quilting really sets it off perfectly!

  6. quiltypatch says:

    Stunning quilt, and beautiful quilting!

  7. quiltipatti says:

    katy, your quilting on this is perfect! really can see all the dimension there. i’m going to save this picture for when i ever get my quilt top like this made (first i have to find the pattern again). you did a fabulous job and so did the piecer! congrats to both of you. patti in florida,

  8. Using the pebbles quilting on the walls of the labyrinth was inspired! They look like drystone walls. Fab quilt and super quilting 🙂

  9. Sue B says:

    Fantastic job ladies! Love it

  10. Rochelle Summers says:

    A beautiful quilt made even more wonderful with the quilting. I’ve looked at this pattern and have yet to try it. If I do, I will definitely be looking for someone who can do ruler work to do the quilting.

  11. lois92346 says:

    Absolutely FABULOUS!! Your friend will be tickled pink! You should be very proud of your quilting. It’s outstanding.

  12. anudge says:

    What depth!

  13. Alison says:

    This is SO impressive!

  14. I think she’s moved beyond new quilter now. I love these quilts, and I’d like to make one someday. You did a great job on the quilting, Katy! What fun!

  15. Sherrill says:

    Oh my! That is just WOW!!!!

  16. Sandi says:

    Wow that is amazing! Your quilting really looks wonderful. It’s a beautiful quilt. Hugs,

  17. Oh my goodness that is amazing! Love the 3D effect achieved with value and quilting!

  18. Jayne says:

    No…not a new quilter! What a cool effect the designs gives. It’s 3D and tickles my senses!!

  19. Val W says:

    I really like the dimensionality (is that even a word?) that your quilting adds to this gorgeous quilt. What a stunning result.

  20. Donna says:

    I am over the moon happy with how this turned out, Katy! You are a magician with thread! Thank you so much; you inspire me!

  21. Kathy D. says:

    Gorgeous quilt and quilting! An excellent job by both of you. Love this!

  22. rl2b2017 says:

    WOWEEEEEEEE! This quilt is SO coool! I love it, and the quilting absolutely enhances the design. It looks just like you could walk between those walls or on those cobblestone pathways. Donna – great job!! She is not a new quilter – I don’t believe it. Love, love, LOVE this. ~smile~ Roseanne

  23. Therese says:

    Very interesting quilt…… enhanced by the quilting….. well done.

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