Quilting Vines

I’m so happy to be quilting this! I have the perfect person in mind for this.

I thought I would share how I did the feathers. First, I stitched a line one quarter inch from the green/muslin seam. Then I drew a line a half inch from the outside edge. These provide guidelines. I don’t want the tips of my feathers to get lost in the binding. Then I use a wavy template to stitch the spine.

It’s been a while since I have done feathers. I did the inside feathers first a warm up. I figure the outer feathers would show mistakes more.

Then I went back and added the feathers on the other side. Good enough.

I wanted to echo quilt around the vines and leaves. It was harder than I thought and I ended up using templates.

It took forever. But the overall effect worked for me so it was worth it.

Looking forward to sharing this finish soon. Have a great day!

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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10 Responses to Quilting Vines

  1. SO beautiful! Such lovely texture!

  2. Wendy P says:

    Love the quilting on the vines.

  3. Zenia Rene says:

    So beautiful! Your feathers are FANTASTIC!

  4. Val W says:

    Your quilting is so impressive! This quilt looks like it belongs on the cover of a quilt book.

  5. Lois Aspin says:

    I am totally impressed by your choices on this quilt! Thanks for taking me along on your daily journey.

  6. Wow! Beautiful transformation. And a nice bonus always is the have The Perfect Person to gift a quilt. That’s always my greatest joy.

  7. Lyndol Taylor says:

    You are an inspiration! Beautiful quilting!

  8. Kathy D. says:

    LOVE this quilting; can’t wait to see the finish!

  9. abydolinger says:

    Beautiful feathers and echo quilting!

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