Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Quilt Art Studio - New Selvage Quilt!

Pam at QuiltArtStudio in Virginia recently made this gorgeous selvage quilt. She used a "quilt-as-you-go" method. This quilt is for sale on Etsy at QuiltArtStudio. She has a stuning collection of quilts there, many made with colorful Kaffe Fasset fabrics. Lots of inspiration there!

Pam put her label on the back of the quilt.

Nice quilting. It looks like Mickey is admiring it too. Nice job, Pam!


Dinah said...

What a beautiful quilt!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

I knew seeing selvage quilts--not sure I have enough for a full quilt--but maybe a table topper. Can you recommend a book for a selvage quilt

farmhousequilter8 said...

I have some questions. Have you ever washed a selvage quilt? If so, how did it do? When quilting is there any trouble with a selvage edge flipping up if it is new sewed right against the edge? Thanks Paula in KY

Dinah said...

To farmhousquilter8, my selvage quilts wash and wear exactly like any string quilt, nicely crinkled and softer over time with use. I have not noticed any trouble with edges when quilting, but I do not have a longarm; I quilt smaller sections on my regular machine, then sew together in quilt-as-you-go manner.

Annemieke said...

Fun quilt!Thanks for showing.
And also nice to read the comments with valuable information.

Judy Kiesow said...

I found your blog recently and I hope you're not planning to stop posting. You have a feast for the eyes here. Thanks