Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Timberline quilted...



After being a flimsy for over 8 months, I finally quilted my Timberline.  I ditched around the star sections and quilted a longarm feather in the cream sections with another feather on the outside border.  I really wanted to quilt heirloom feathers as they are my favorite but with the cream sections being so small and without quilting anything in the dark logs it would have been way over quilted.  I needed an airy feather so this worked well. 

It will be awhile before I can get it hung in my home as it is now on display at Freckles Quilt Shop where I will be teaching this advanced class in October. 

Here is Jasper...he just had to pose for one shot!

And here is Copper...

8 comments:

Quilt Nut said...

absolutely fantastic! i LOVE this quilt! YAY on finishing it

Teresa said...

That is one beautiful quilt. I wish I lived close enough to you to take you class.

And your minatures - simply amazing. I just purchased the book Minatures in Minutes which is a paper piecing foundation method for minature quilts. I think I would do better with the foundation piecing at first. Can't wait to try one out.

Carin said...

Its beautiful! What a fantastic job you did. I love the look on Cooper's face like "What are you taking a picture of?"

Mary said...

Just stunning!

Rose Marie said...

What a gorgeous quilt and perfect for autumn!

Sheila said...

Beautiful quilt! And what a lucky quilt shop to display it. Every time I see this pattern I realize I need to buy the book.

Vals Quilting said...

nice job on the quilting..you are great style
Valerie
http://www.pastimesonline.ca/vals-quilting

The Rabbit Factory said...

REally, really beautiful quilt...love your color choice as well!