Sunday, March 30, 2014

Adirondack Quilt


This is my new camp quilt "Adirondack." It was beautifully machine quilted by Linda Aquavia of New Hartford, CT. The quilt measures 65" x 88," good for a tall person's bed quilt. I like the saw-tooth borders and the odd fabrics. Some are the latest prints and some are oldies. 


Take a close look in the photo below to see the quilting, a digital design called "Curly Arcs." The quilt top is so busy that the quilting doesn't show up very much.


7 comments:

ELENAVA наслаждаюсь печворком, квилтингом said...

Очень нравится! Класс!

Светлана said...

Нравится очень! Разные направления полосок смотрятся замечательно!

fiberchick said...

I love this!

JoAnne in southern California said...

I love it! What a great look it is.

Karen, I am beginning to think something about you that the woman who used to sit next to me in quilt class used to say about one of the more prolific quilters in class. She said, "I think she must have several sewers chained to machines in the basement, quilting 24 hours a day!" Of course, most of us don't have basements here in southern California. Do you? ;-)

Barb said...

wow!! what a great quilt Karen

Alicia said...

Love this quilt! so colorful and such an improvement over the typical jelly roll strip quilt!

Sherrill said...

Love it..SO FUN!