The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, July 20, 2020

Finally, No Seriously...


I finally got around to machine quilting
 Sue Spargo's BOM Fresh Cut from 2017. 
It was a challenge to say the least on my sewing machine. 
Easy free motion quilting I thought...
Sure lets machine quilt a heavy wool quilt 
in the heat of the summer, 
upstairs in my sewing room with no ac...
easy.
 I do like the binding.


 Some closeups of a few of the
 blocks when I first started this quilt.





Thanks for all the comments on my bear.
I haven't seen him since, not that I'm looking for him.
It's been pretty hot so I imagine he's gone
 to a higher elevation where it's cooler.

~ Stay safe ~

10 comments:

  1. Nancy, this is just beautiful! I can’t imagine the hours. Your colors and stitching,WOW!

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  2. Nancy. It's beautiful!

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  3. It is simply stunning! I'm sure it was sweltering under your machine, but well worth it. Just beautiful!

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  4. I can't imagine machine quilting your Sue Spargo quilt at this time of year. I am wondering if it could have been done quilt as you go but looking back at the photo of the quilt as a whole, it does not look like individual blocks.

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  5. Oh WOW!! It turned out just beautiful. I think it was definitely worth all of the sweating (so easy for me to say, LOL!!) but all kidding aside, you've definitely created another masterpiece! It's beautiful!!!!

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  6. Absolutely stunning. You do amazing work. Truly a piece of art.

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  7. Elegant 💕 Gorgeous work Nancy 😊

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  8. Those blocks are beautiful! All the colors and little details make them delightful to look at and study!

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  9. just catching up on your posts....this is stunning ~ congratulations on finishing...love it, so much detail.

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