Friday, July 31, 2009

Bubbles & Blooms.....Ready to Bind

The machine quilting is completed

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The quilt is trimmed and ready for binding

The feathered border quilting is done with light lavender thread

Then I went in with orange thread and hyper quilted inside the feathers

I learned to hyper-quilt from Patsy Thompson DVD's

Auditioning variegated pink fabric for the binding???

Pink & White glads beginning to bloom behind the Thread Shed.

Orange Dinner plate Dahlia

Bright Pink Spider Dahlia

Lollipop Lily

Very Bright Pink State Fair Zinnia

Bumble Bee on Pink Spider Dahlia

The Bubbles & Blooms quilt is the last large quilt I need to complete for the September exhibit. Tomorrow I will finish up the binding...then move on to a few journal quilts that need some work. I am looking forward to working small for awhile.

p.s. To see more Bubbles & Blooms Click HERE

May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

To see my New Work CLICK HERE

To see the Thread Shed CLICK HERE

To see my Exhibit Quilts CLICK HERE

To see Tutorials CLICK HERE


Stitch-n-quilt said...

I'm really enjoying seeing this quilt come together and get finished. I think I'll try large flowers like that sometime

Linda said...

Your machine quilting skills are beautiful. It looks like you've mastered free-form, free-motion. No small task as your eyes and brain have to move a bit faster than your hands and feet. Great job! Very impressive. I sure understand why you'll appreciate working on something smaller for a change of pace.

Pink binding is the way to go. Thanks for sharing your work, and flowers, with us.

Linda said...

P.S. What are the quilt dimensions?

Vicki W said...

Love the quilt and your flower photos are fab!

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Stitch-n-quilt,
I do hope you will try large flowers......just draw out one flower petal as a pattern and you are ready to go.

Hi Linda,
Thank you for your kind words.
The quilt measures 63 x 75 inches

Hi Vicki,
Glad you are enjoying the photos!
I enjoy sharing them with you.

LuAnn in Oregon

Deb said...

fabulous Lu Ann! I may need to make one for me......

Beth said...

My dear, your quilting ROCKS! Awesome job, and I loved your "Quilt Show" sunflowers....just beautiful!

Plays with Needles said...

Hi LuAnn, I just found your blog through Vicki's Field Trip...Your Quilt is a real SMILER!! I LOVE it...I also had fun poking around your blog and want to try your elmer's glue gel resist technique....Thanks for that...

Janet said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Your quilt is as lovely as the flowers. Outstanding quilting.