A Little Show and Tell

When Terri first sent me pictures of this quilt as she was working on it, I fell in love with it. I love her colour placement and that this quilt was made from her stash fabrics. The Echinacea flowers were appliqued using very soft brushed flannel or was it velvet, what ever it was the dimension that her fabric choice made was perfect. I used a Panto by Nicole Webb called Fro Fro.

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these pictures were taken in MARCH in my back yard! Our weather has been so mild this year and the grass was actually dry. Very unusual for this area.

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Helena brought me her Oriental Lantern with instructions to quilt it how I wanted to…

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About wendysquilting

Professional Longarm Machine Quilter in Thunder Bay Ontario.
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5 Responses to A Little Show and Tell

  1. These are all beautiful. I love the appliqued flowers 🙂

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  2. Laura says:

    That looks more like Echinacea (coneflower) than Eucalyptus, but either way, it’s a beautiful quilt!

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  3. wendysquilting says:

    Laura, are right I had a bit of a brain blip there, they are Echinacea flowers. Thank you for reminding me I have made that correction.

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  4. lindasteller says:

    Beautiful quilts and quilting, Wendy. I really love the Echinacea one — you’re right, the colors are so appealing, and I can imagine the textural fabric for the flowers makes it really special. Thanks for sharing the pictures of the quilts. Good to hear you’ll be off to a quilt show at the end of the month. I’m heading to MQX on Tuesday. We miss you at chat! Hope to see you soon.

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  5. oneL says:

    I love that first quilt Wendy. Just gorgeous.

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