Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Twist Along Step 2 and More Feathers


Here is my Twister Quilt top with a border. It was very easy to pick a fabric for the border since I just chose one of the fabrics from Butterscotch and Roses that I didn't use in the quilt. It's a gorgeous line of fabrics from Fig Tree Quilts for Moda. I'm a little excited and scared to actually cut the twister blocks. I'm just hoping I have enough contrast and that everything lines up correctly. I'm just waiting for Step 3 which will come at the end of this week.




I'm all caught up with my Mystery Quilt. I just have to iron and trim up the squares. Since I have a little time, I decided to try my free motion feathers again. I tried to add more feathers to the main feather I started with but I don't think I had enough space. It was fun and I may attempt a little feather on the next quilt I machine quilt.

Going back to my knitting for awhile. I've had a few busy days at work and feel like resting!

4 comments:

  1. Neat border, Rosemary; I am wondering about the contrast on mine, too. Well, we shall see....I really like your feathers--Nice!! I am resting also...a big, bad cold bug has come to visit....Julierose

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  2. That's a pretty line of fabric. Yes, I agree with Julierose that your feathers are very nice! Enjoy your rest and knitting! :)

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  3. Wow! Your feather quilting looks fantastic! When will you be ready to quilt my first quilt for me? :-)

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  4. Nice feathers Rosemary! I'm your newest follower. I left you a message on my blog!

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