Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Quilting on Mod Olives!

I've just started quilting up my Mod Olives quilt!  Should be fun!  I've challenged myself to do a different feather on each of the 24 blocks.....why?  Because I get to bored if I do the same thing over and over and over....and to give you all some feather ideas for your own Mod Olives quilt!


I've done up 3 so far.


Only 21 more to go!

...and if you happen to be in the Spokane, WA area this weekend, I'll be there on Saturday!  Come see me and sign up for a Metro Rings class!  


Details are above.

~Jenny~

7 comments:

Deeau said...

Hi Love you work, can you tell what ruler you are using to get the right shape curve on your blocks that suits the QCR?

Deeau said...

Hi Love you work, can you tell what ruler you are using to get the right shape curve on your blocks that suits the QCR?

Cynthia said...

Look at you go! I love the ones with the swirl at the end!! Super cute!

Auntie Pami said...

Coming to Arizona anytime soon? It's really nice.

Glenda said...

Oh goodness, your quilting is adding so much beauty. Beauty upon beauty. I love how free motion quilting has changed how quilts are finished. Thanks for sharing with us all. So inspiring.

Wendy Iris said...

That is looking amazing...I love that you choose to do something different to give all of us ideas. I use them all the time.

Rebecca Grace said...

Oh, I just LOVE the way each feather style makes the olive look so different and unique! I really enjoy seeing how wildly different the pieced design looks versus the finished quilt. Thanks for sharing your process!