Some ruler work and……………

Leafy feathers complete the second border on the quilt in progress. Previous progress found here.

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IMG_4690  This is a backing photo (on the left side of the photo) folded to the right side of the quilt (on the right). Yes, I think this ‘finish’ will pretty much be reversible! Another backing photo…….

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One more ‘top side’ photo (below) then on to the binding……………………

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Thread: (top) Glide poly, (bobbin) Connecting Threads Essential Pro poly. Batting: Hobbs Heirloom cotton/poly (80/20).

About treadlemusic

A quilter who rides motorcycle, living on a small hobby farm in southeastern Minnesota. Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
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13 Responses to Some ruler work and……………

  1. Beautiful You just never cease to amaze …..Thank you for sharing

  2. I just love these jewel tones and the magic you are working on this quilt.

  3. Thread crazy says:

    I do believe you outdid yourself this time Doreen..simply breathtaking. Gorgeous
    ..we need to discuss ruler work again..please!

  4. Jeanne says:

    Gorgeous! This is going to be a stunning quilt with awesome quilting.

    • treadlemusic says:

      It will be a nice one to have down South (while I’m away from my “quilting nest” and Ms Sweetie). Will rely on my (yet to be purchased) Juki TL2010Q for fmq down there. No space for extensive stash/supplies so have decided to do just vintage linen pieces (only requires white thread, white fabric backings, a batt and a few other notions). We’ll see how that goes!!!!!!! Hope to get this ‘finish’ washed and crinkly tomorrow.

  5. Great combination of organic shapes and geometric shapes. Love it!
    Esther

  6. Rosemaryflower says:

    This is beautiful, Doreen.
    It is snowing on your page, by the way. 😀

  7. Pat says:

    Beautiful, Doreen, you do an awesome job on the qiilts be they large or small. I guess I could use rulers with my machine, what would you suggest for a beginner?

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