and more veterans quilts....
Two more veterans quilts are done! Estelle made this one. I always love her autumnal color palettes.
It took 3 passes to do each row of blocks but they were very fast with a wavy line. Can you figure out the travel path?
Maybe a look at the back will help to figure it out. Seriously, I quilted this in about an hour and a half.
This one was pieced by Miriam from blocks submitted by other members. I used the border as inspiration for the quilting.
Straight lines with circles worked out really well.
Looks good from the back too.
Our friends from the UK are here for about 8 weeks so my posting might be intermittent for October.
Tina in NJ
9/24/2016 01:05:26 pm
Love the quilting! Have fun with your friends.
9/24/2016 05:10:38 pm
oooh! Really like the lines and circles!!!
9/25/2016 08:06:21 am
I love the circles on a string quilting.
9/25/2016 10:25:48 am
Love those. the wavy lines are zigzag across, zigzag back, and straight across. i love the lines and circles...i have to remember that one.
9/25/2016 11:30:41 am
I always love your quilts and your quilting on them. They spark such good ideas for my little quilts for the hospital. The quilting on the windowpane quilt is especially cool --it reminds me of raindrops sliding down a windowpane.
9/25/2016 05:58:58 pm
Love both quilting designs. The first one wasn't what I thought it would look like when I saw the back!
9/26/2016 09:50:35 am
Good job getting a two more veteran's quilt done.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.