Tuesday, January 3, 2012

long arm quilting on customer's batik quilt

I'm taking an early lunch break and figured I'd take some pictures of the customer quilt I'm working on today :-)
My customer wanted feathers and circles (I've done this before on one of my own quilts and had a picture of it on my website here

This batik quilt is cool, these triangles in a square blocks are in 3 different sizes.
The feathers and bubbles look great in the largest block and the medium block.



Now in the smallest blocks I just did a row of bubbles in the dark parts of the blocks and left the light parts blank.


Hard to see the border design, I mimicked the branches on the fabric.
Then a row of bubbles on the skinny border


the branches are easier to see on the back- here it is roller up


This morning I received a link from someone who made a set of the owl potholders I made a tutorial for. have a look here
Aren't they CUTE??? love the tone on tone for the body and then the eyes sticking out like that :-)





6 comments:

iluvmybugs said...

Thanks so much for the link to my owl pot holders Bea! I decided to send them to my oldest son and daughter-in-law as a little surprise.

Love the quilting you are doing, especially the branches!!! TFS
~Terry~

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Love your Batiks quilt. I saw the owl potholders on SewWeQuilt - they are cute.

Marcia - Crafty Sewing and Quilting said...

Love the way you quilted your customer's quilt! Great feathers and bubbles and branches!
Thanks for linking up!
Congrats on the feature of most views!
Love the owl pot holders too!

BlossomBatik said...

Hi Bea, what u did is awesome. I love the creativity of u. I did some batik too, but from the different part.
www.blossombatik.com

Carol said...

I love the owl potholders. I think I need some of those.

The quilt is beautiful!

devillerouge said...

So lovely!