I have a sneaking suspicion that Kicking and Screaming will have the last word after all by waving its borders at me when it hangs on the wall, but for now I'll just savour the satisfaction of finally finishing it! Including all the time it spent in a box as I stewed about the latest set of setbacks, it only took about 14 months to make. :) I ordered a quilt hanger for it today, but it may take a while to arrive so I don't need to worry about the wave just yet.
Here's a look at the pringles lid quilting on the checkerboard. It isn't the full circle of the lid. I just used as much of the curve as I needed to fill the space.
I also like the way the back looks (from a distance, anyway - I'm still working on making the quilting as even and pretty on the back as on the front). I think I may have to put a whole cloth quilt on my list of quilts to make. I might get to it by 2020...
Oooohhhhhhh, your quilt is beautiful! ! ! Blue is my favorite color and the blues you used are wonderful. The idea to use the Pringles lid as a guide was great. All of your quilting looks great. So far I haven't tried anything but handquilting, stitch in the ditch and outline stitching. I gotta try some new things!ReplyDelete
Wow! Aren't you glad you made yourself finish this? It's amazing.ReplyDelete
That is gorgeous!!! What a stunning quilt. My hand quilting project is sitting in the living room. It was supposed to be my fall quilt. Hmmmm maybe a fall 2010 quilt? :) ChristineReplyDelete
Beautiful design; beautiful color; beautiful quilting! Quite a success I'd say! ---"Love"ReplyDelete
I too, am partial to blue, and I really like the star, and the on-point setting, and the accents in the border really top it off.ReplyDelete
You should be really pleased with this quilt despite the trouble it has caused you. It looks stunning! Great work. Ann :-)ReplyDelete
Love it! It matches Marsha's new truck!ReplyDelete
Wow, I love it. Those little arrrow-like things in the border are great.ReplyDelete
I hope you can get over the kicking and screaming part of this quilt to truly appreciate how beautiful it is. I just love it!ReplyDelete
Give yourself a big pat on the back! You didn't give up and it is absolutely beautiful! And your quilting is wonderful--nice view from the back too. MaryReplyDelete