Friday, September 28, 2012

Pam's Medallion Quilt


Hey there! How are you going? We are good. I finished quilting another quilt and this one I can show you! It is a fabulous medallion quilt for Pam (Uberstitch). She made it with her Round Robin Bee.

I had a blast quilting it.


Pam wanted to have white thread. That made me nervous. The white on the white parts was no drama at all, but the white on the black parts was scary. 


Quilting a Medallion quilt on a long arm is a bit different than quilting one on a domestic machine. So I had to approach this quilt different than the way I normally quilt quilts with my long arm. Instead of just beginning with the top left hand corner and going gang busters, I began by just stitching all the seams down. After all the seams were down I went back and filled in. There was a bunch of back and forth rolling on this quilt.


Here is the back...


And more back


More back! I love the back. It looks like a whole cloth quilt.


And even more back! This puppy is going to be awesome when it is washed. All that texture is going to be amazing.

Next quilt up is a king size Texas flag commission quilt...with a twist.

Have a great weekend!

3 comments:

  1. I'm happy to be the first to comment that you did an absolutely *awesome* job quilting this great quilt. Thanks for not reducing the photos before you posted them, so I could click on them and really see the detail. What inspiration!

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    1. Thank you so much! I love to be able to see the detail in peoples pictures too!

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  2. I love this quilt and the quilting! So much to look at.

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