Monday, June 3, 2013

Zinnia Raffle Quilt....Under the Needle



Today I am quilting the Zinnia Quilt...



It was created by:

The Harlan Valley Quilters of Oregon





It will be donated to:

The Women's Cancer Coalition





I turned off the lights so the stitching shows up better...






I just couldn't resist stitching lots of feathers...





Check out the un-quilted part on the right...

Quilting definitely makes the Quilt!



We are enjoying the Iris bed in front of the house:


The brown Iris are always a favorite...








Gerber Daisies:



As always, I am glad to share my photography.

Feel free to use these images

 in your personal art work.



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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

10 comments:

Frog Quilter said...

Love the quilting on the piano keys quilt. Yummy!

Debbie said...

Oh, the feathers look so good on this quilt. They make it really special. So excited that my machine is on the way...finally! Thanks for all your advise and help.

Lizziebeth said...

Your quilting is beautiful what kind of camera do you take your pictures with?

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Lizziebeth,

I used a Nikon D5000 to take the photos of the blog today.
Thank you for your kind comment.

Enjoy your summer,
LuAnn in Oregon

Litamora's Quilt & Design said...

Beautiful quilting :-)

Linda Crosby said...

Beautiful quilting and flowers. I just had to take the picture of your brown Iris. So beautiful!!!

Vic in NH said...

Quilting sure does make the quilt! I loved the photo that shows the one last unquilted section for a real comparison. It makes me have hope for some of my less-than-inspiring tops, LOL!

The Hatman's said...

Wow! Absolutely amazing! I came across your blog while surfing around "doodles" and came across some of your "doodles" from your quilt journal. This one really stood out to me and I just had to comment and say how beautiful your work is! Makes me want to learn quilting, to be honest.

J Perillo said...

Your quilting is outstanding. I, too, have a HQS16. I've quilted a few quilts on it. Your work is inspiring and I hope to be half as good a you in this lifetime!!

LuAnn Kessi said...

Many thanks for your kind comments. Be sure to practice your quilting motifs with pencil and paper before you go to the machine. It gets you all warmed up and ready to machine quilt. Works like a charm!
My Best To You,
LuAnn