Sunday, 23 August 2015

A Little Bit Country completed.


A Little Bit Country all started from a workshop with Kaffe and Brandon in Whakatane, New Zealand on January 2014. The quilt pattern they taught was Garden Chintz from the book Kaffe Quilts Again. This quilt is my interpretation of the pattern where I used many Nutex New Zealand prints.



You can read all about the class here


I sent the quilt to Jessie, a longarm quilter for the quilting.





I found a Philip Jacobs fabric for the backing which worked in well.


This quilt is now ticked off the Q3 Finish Along link up with On the Windy Side.
Also linking with Pink Doxies Pet Projects

Have a great week.

HEATHER


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7 comments:

  1. Looks fantastic Heather! The quilting really complements the movement in the fabric.

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    1. Thanks. I agree the quilting worked well with the design.

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  2. Congratulations to a lovely finish. Jessie did a great job with the quilting too.

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    1. Thank you, Jessie wanted to incorporate a Maori design into the quilting to go with the New Zealand fabric. The quilting reminds me of the Koru.

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  3. Simple pattern and fabulous impact! Congratulations, and I'll bet the class was wonderful, too.

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  4. Your quilt looks fabulous and so is the quilting. Well done!!

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  5. Hi Heather. This is another lovely quilt. The quilting design is just right for it. Lucky you going to class with Kaffe and Brandon. I"m going in January 2016 and we will be making a hexagon pattern too. Visiting as a member of the official 2015 Finish-Along cheerleading squad.

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