Machine Quilting: Edge-to-Edge flowers and leaves

Back in November, I machine quilted this fun little baby quilt for Stephanie.

She’d pieced it a long time ago, and thought I could try out my new machine on it.

I had a lot of fun doing an edge-to-edge flower and leaf and swirl pattern, mimicing the little daisies in the background.

I should have realized it would look a little Christmas-y on the back with the red thread, but hey, red and green are complimentary, right?

Thanks for letting me play with it, Steph!

I am having WAY too much fun with my longarm.

In related news, I’m finishing up the last of the prototypes for my spring patterns, and then they’re off to the testers! Wooo!

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7 thoughts on “Machine Quilting: Edge-to-Edge flowers and leaves

  1. Oh, my gosh–I don’t know how you do it. We used to look at quilts–you and I–that were as perfect as this and say, “It’s done with a computer,” like we knew so much. Your work is just perfect and looks for all the world like a computer did it. Holy cow.

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