Here is a cute wall hanging I quilted up this week. My apologies for letting this blog slide lately. My life has not been my own. One of my kids has been challenging, and life on the home front well, just plain stinks. My creativity and desire to quilt has been severely challenged the last couple months. Fortunately, this has been during what is a rather typical and seasonal dry spell, when I don't usually quilt too many client quilts. I buried my own personal stress in the quilting of one of my own quilts.
But the client jobs have been rolling in the last few weeks, and now I must muster the creativity to make them beautiful. This is a Don't Look Now (Kellie Wolfson) design, very beautifully turn-edge appliqued. Lots of white background is not always my favorite, but I think this came out cute.
The client just suggested some swirls to depict wind, and I took it from there. It has a wool and 80/20 battings to optimize the lift under all the leaves. I used a Bottomline thread top and bobbin, which is very fine. It allows for dense quilting without it being thready.
I'll save a couple glimses of what I was working on for 2-3 weeks for next time (so I have something to show!). Have a good weekend.