Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Blogger's Quilt Festival Fall 2013

I've enjoyed peeking at all the BQF entries over at Amy's Creative Side.  What a fun online quilt show and thanks Amy for putting it on!!  

I wasn't going to enter something this time but decided to last minute.  This is for you Karen.  ;o)

This is my Metro Medallion quilt.


This quilt was the result of a Metro QAL I hosted this past summer, using the Quick Curve Ruler.  It was a super fun QAL and lot's of super fun quilts came from it!



I had lot's of fun quilting it up and wanted to show different ways to quilt the Medallion blocks.  I loved the challenge of coming up with something different for each block.


I went into more quilting detail on my original post, if you want to take a peek.


I decided to enter this in the Professionally Quilted category for the Festival.  

In case you're interested, an official pattern will be available soon for this quilt, but for now there is a free tutorial for the Medallion block here.

Thanks again Amy!


~Jenny~

30 comments:

Lonci said...

Very spectacular, very nive, congratulation:))))

capitolaquilter said...

Ha, ha ! Just for ME? Now everyone can enjoy it as much as I have. Your creativity and ever expanding vision has inspired me from day one of discovering your blog and QCR, keep it coming :)

Karen said...

Jenny -- I'm in awe each time I see the medallion block -- and your quilting is always amazing! Thanks for continuing to inspire and drag us out of our comfort zones ! Karen

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

It is still stunning Jenny!!!!

Queenie Believe said...

Awesome quilt and faboo quilting!!!
Love this quilt!
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

CitricSugar said...

I do love this one and how it turned out! It's ridiculously gorgeous. Your quilting, J - like, seriously.

Pam said...

oo la la as always xo

Hannele said...

Stunning quilt, fabulous quilting!

Laura Davies said...

Love your quilting on this!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

WOW! Beautiful quilting

Rebecca Grace said...

Ooh, Jenny -- I just got the most EXCITING IDEA for this block and I'm so unbelievably excited about it. I'm off to read the tutorial. Your quilting on this one is sublime, as usual, by the way. Dagnabbit, I wish I could rush out to get fabric for this RIGHT THIS VERY MINUTE! :-)

Michelle Jensen said...

As always beautiful Quilting!!! Great Job!! and I love the fabrics, AMAZING!

LynCC said...

I love this quilt! Really look forward to making it one day.

Lynn said...

Still gorgeous!

Karen said...

This quilt still blows me away. Would love to see it in person and just sit and stare :).

Karen said...

A truly great quilt. Loved it when I first saw it and that hasn't changed now. And the detail in the quilting is stunning.

Sharon Eshlaman said...

You did an amazing job with quilting. It's a stunning quilt!

Julie Mylander said...

That is truly a work of art! Beautiful!

Julie Mylander said...

That is truly a work of art! Beautiful!

Seams Sew Together said...

Gorgeous Jenny!!

Kris said...

I just adore this and your quilting is just so so lovely. Sadly my Medallion top is still folded up waiting for me to have the guts to get in there and quilt it on my home machine. I am so inspired by your work. Love this so much.

Patti said...

All of your patterns are amazing, and your quilting is showcased to perfection in this quilt!

Teresa in Music City said...

Definitley gets my vote!!!

Andrea said...

Just stunning. You skills are what I aspire to become! Thanks for sharing your beautiful talent!

Jessamie said...

I love this quilt, have done since i first saw it!!

Renee said...

I love the grey and white with the deep jewel tones--so pretty! And your quilting is awesome!

Kristie Maslow said...

gorgeous, Jenny!

capitolaquilter said...

Congrats on the win Jenny - aren't you glad I nudged you to enter now! I'd say "I told you so" right about now but that wouldn't be very mature, ha ha

Brenna said...

Congratulations!!

Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane said...

Wow, that is super fabulous and the quilting is amazing!