Thursday, June 18, 2009

Summer Sun quilted


Catherine Martin brought my Summer Sun quilt back to me at our Bee "stitch-in" today. There she is on the right, while we try to hold up this queen sized quilt.


It's just like I wanted it, only even better because she added some flames in the rays coming from the sun. All the quilting lines come out from the sun, which required her to do some hard thinking to plan how to do that on her Gammill.
She tried yellow thread, but thought that the orange/red showed up better. I'm happy with that.
And she used tight flames in the sun itself to fasten down the edges.


I am so happy with the whole thing!

Thank you Catherine! I hope to get it bound tomorrow, and then we can sleep under it for the rest of the summer.

Sara

Gratitudes:
Made it through exercise class again
Began "Big Stitch" hand quilting at Stitch-In
Summer Sun delivered back to me!
Celebration dinner for Peter's MA in Public Administration

5 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

It is spectacular! Congratulations!

Louise SS said...

What a perfect sunny summer quilt!

Amy - Park City Girl said...

Amazing! I love that you took a pretty basic pattern and made it your own, in dramatic fashion :) The quilting takes it to a whole new level!

grammilou said...

It turned out just gorgeous! The quilting is terrific. I love the flames around the sun. Seemed like that quilt was finished in no time.

Ann said...

With a quilt like that I might find a way to hate summer a bit less. It is very nice.