Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Finished Quilt

I just finished Deb's beautiful quilt and love how it turned out.  It's always exciting for me to pull it off the frame and truly get the whole quilting effect.

Deb gave me the go ahead to do what I felt would look best for the quilt. 




I knew I wanted to do some fun quilting in the white parts of the quilt and for that to be the focus point.....so doing a grid on the other areas was perfect and easy.


I used my arc acrylic rulers to create the arch and circle designs.


When looking at the whole quilt, I love the circles created by the gentle arch's. 


Deb did mention she wanted the white star to pop.  I think I managed to make it pop....


I wanted the feathers to come to the star tips....I really like how it accentuates the star!


A feather border added a nice touch to finish off this sweet little quilt.

I shared a couple of tips on my other blog, go check it out!


~Jenny~

27 comments:

Karen said...

Just beautiful Jenny! My how I yearn to be able to quilt like that! Thanks for continuing to inspire!

Becky said...

Jaw-dropping fabulous!

Rebecca Stevens said...

This turned out just gorgeous Jenny! Your work is spectacular and she gave you a perfect canvas to work with.

Kathy said...

Beautiful!Love the arches and feather design, they give the quilt a soft look.

Cathy said...

Beautifully quilted! This quilt has an unusual layout for a log cabin; I don't think I've seen it before and I like it.

Rebecca Grace said...

This is beautiful, Jenny! Yes, I love how you softened the geometric, almost pixelated lines of the piecing design with the soft curves of the arcs and feathers. This is another one that I wish you had shown a "before" quilting picture so we could see the full impact of your quilting on the finished piece.

Queenie Believe said...

I love it when the quilting creates a secondary pattern such as with this amazing quilt. You did an brilliant job, most excellent!
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

QuarterMileQuilts said...

Absolutely stunning! I agree with the others, the wonderful feathering offers a great softness to the quilt without overpowering it. Great job! - Kate

Needled Mom said...

That is amazing and absolutely stunning.

Lorette Cole said...

She was right to give you license to do what you thought should be done. It's gorgeous! As always!

Tina in Boston said...

Beautiful! I love the mix of squares and flourishes!

grandmarockton said...

LOVE IT

Patsy said...

Just beautiful!

Ольга Т. said...

Прекрасная работа! Изысканно-сложная.

Leeanne said...

I don't think you could have come up with any thing more pretty or perfect for this pretty quilt.

ELENAVA наслаждаюсь печворком, квилтингом said...

Очень симпатично!

Mery13 said...

FANTASTICKEEEE... Mery

Linda R said...

Wow!! Beautiful job!!

Teresa Silva said...

Wowsers! Your quilting is always stunning! Thanks for sharing.

Little Island Quilting said...

You are truly gifted when it comes to quilting. Sigh.

Melissa said...

Beautiful as always!!!

Becky Schultz said...

You have the Midas touch of quilting...your ideas are just, just, well I'm speechless! Fabulous :)

Becky Schultz said...

You have the Midas touch of quilting...your ideas are just, just, well I'm speechless! Fabulous :)

Kate C said...

Just beautiful! What a great job you did designing that quilting, perfect!

Natalia from Piece N Quilt said...

Awesome quilting Jenny!!!!

Malini said...

Wow! this is a stunning beauty!
Your work is just amazing.
Did you use ruler for the grid quilting too?

I am new on the long arm and still not so comfortable using the rulers.

Kathy Reed said...

So beautiful... As some one who is just learning to quilt, It is amazing to see how a simple quilt can change to a just stunning with all the detail added by long arm quilting.