quilted on longarm by Merete Ellingsen in oscilliating ovals pantograph
This quilt is inspired by an image of a man paddling along in his kajack on a quiet fjord, enjoying the morning sun. The name of the quilt came to me as the backing was chosen, it features stamps and old letters. A gift to be.
longarm quilted by Merete Ellingsen in cotton pantograph
One of the many great traditional quilt blocks and patterns shared by the talented, hardworking and generous Bonnie K Hunter from her blog Quiltville's Quips & Snips!!
Also intended for a lovely young lady. Fun border fabric is by Heather Ross and was a gift from a good friend. I think it anchors the quilt in a good way. Very happy with the result, a happy, happy quilt!
I do love the lush greenery of the month of may. And how it displays itself in 50 shades of green.
This top is 63" * 63" and I am planning to quilt it by machine. My first attempt at trying out the fun Quick Curve Ruler. Finishing the top in mid may, it really mirrors the wonder that is happening outside my window in the south west corner of Norway. My favourite season and the prettiest time of the year around here.
The idea for making a green version of the pretty pattern Chic Country by Sew Kind of Wonderful has been on my mind for a while.