Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Border Quilting...

I feel like I'm getting back on track with my quilting and trying to accomplish something quilt related each day.  I really struggled with a border design for this quilt.  I wanted to do something other than piano keys....and ended up doing a scallop and of course some pretty feathers.  


It really gave the quilt a feminine touch...feathers are always good for that....now to finish the rest of the border.

~Jenny~

12 comments:

Lorette Cole said...

OH so pretty! you made a great choice for your border design. Can't wait to see the whole quilt! thanks for sharing!

Malini said...

Wow! your quilting is so beautiful and stunning! Love...Love.......Love!

Gail said...

As usual, you inspire me, Jenny. Thank you.

em's scrapbag said...

The quilting is perfect!

Hannele said...

It's fabulous - I love your quilting!

Jenny Schechinger said...

Amazing! Oh, how I have missed your quilting posts...cant wait to see how you end up doing the medallion quilt too. I'm going to be quilting an Urban Birthday quilt in the next couple weeks--I'm pretty excited to get to share it with you when its done!

Leeanne said...

Love, love LOVE!!!

Queenie Believe said...

Lovely combo of feathers and ovals!
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Takes my breath away!! You do such beautiful work

Kathryn said...

This is beautiful. I hope to have skills like this one day.

Kim Johnson said...

This so beautiful!!! Do you mark your arcs or scallops before quilting? Everything is so perfect.

Heritage Keepsakes said...

What a beautiful border treatment. It's just stunning.