16th And Balitmore – Eye Candy Quilts

 

 

Before we get to my stuff, how awesome is the applique on this quilt? It was seriously impressive. And perfect.

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And I had such a good time quilting it 😀 Which is always a bonus. It was designed, appliqued, and pieced by Anneliese of Eye Candy Quilts.  Plus, it’s a pattern they are debuting at market in a couple weeks.

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Here’s the secret guys. I’m super lazy. (ok, not so much of a secret). Basically I didn’t want to have to navigate my background quilting all around those flowers, so

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I quilted a circle which I could fill with bubbles in around those flowers, so I didn’t have to worry about. I think it ended up looking really cool, despite it being born of lazyness.

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I think it worked out rather well actually.

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I also really love how the feathers created a secondary design in the quilt. I really wanted the quilting to be a mix of traditional and modern, much like the quilt top, and so the feathers are my ode to the traditional. I think actually, the quilting got a bit more traditional than it was in my head, but such is life.

In a different note, I spent most of the time I was quilting this watching “Grounded For Life” on Netflix, and so now the pictures of this quilt are bringing images of that show into my head.

Photo 2015-04-27, 1 32 20 PMHow cute is this label? Despite the fact I missed it being there at all, and so didn’t realize that it was upside down compared to the rest of the quilt until after it was more than half done.

I was also really exited by the fact that I worked crazy hours on this quilt, and my lovely APQS Lucey did not die, complain, get moody, have a conniption… nothing.  Only perfect stitching. Except when I was dumb, which does happen 😀

This quilt had a pretty tight deadline, with one more quilt for me to do yet for market, plus my normal job plus Rocky and Dad being away for a week, plus one last ski trip, plus two days of longarm classes with Karlee Porter… the next 12 days or so get a but nuts. Luckily, Rocky worked extra hard the last couple days so I could stay home and get this finished. So I think I’ll keep him.

That’s it for me! Later days!
Kathleen.

 

 

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