Wednesday, 10 December 2014

WIP Wednesday

I got my Hadley quilt back from the long-arm quilter this weekend, so this is a nearly finished WIP (but a WIP all the same).  Since I used Denyse Schmidt fabric to make a Denyse Schmidt-esque quilt, I decided it needed to be quilted a la Denyse Schmidt as well, with that figure eight design she uses on a lot of her quilts.

Hadley quilt 

I am completely and utterly in love with the quilting.  It was done by Sue Burnett using a digital quilting pattern and it turned out even better than I expected.

Hadley quilt 

I really wanted to make this quilt double sided, and as much as I like the front, I really can't wait to reveal the "back", which I haven't shown yet.  The quilting in cream thread looks particularly nice on the cream fabric I used on the back.

Hadley quilt

Now I just need finish binding this quilt and then find the perfect place to photograph it!

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7 comments:

Rachaeldaisy said...

The quilting looks great, the perfect loopy pattern to use on a quilt made with DS fabrics.

Kirsten said...

This looks beautiful Adrianne! I like using solids for the back, especially if I am getting a quilt done by a long arm as they show off the quilting so well.

wobblybobbin said...

The solids you used perfectly complement and balance the kinda wild Hadley prints! Can't wait to see the back :)

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

Looks lovely! Very curious to see your finished quilt! I too am just finishing of my latest WiP "hadley & creams" - and like you, am really enjoying the effect of the quilting on alot of -ve space. Linda

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

The quilting really is fabulous and very reminiscent of Denise!

a maidenhair fern said...

there's nothing like those smooth curves of a quilt. looks beautiful!!!

Lisa said...

Reminds me of Resene Hot Chilli paint