Thursday, December 15, 2011

Several years ago, I received a catalog from Keepsake Quilting that had a pattern for this simple Log Cabin variation.  I thought it would look really nifty made up in Batik fabrics, so sliced up a lot of strips and went at it.  As you can see, I like color, and plenty of it.  :)This ended up going to one of the grandkids.  I quilted it on my Singer 319 treadle sewing machine, using the #20 disc, which makes a pleasant wavy line, very nice for sewing over the seams for simple quilting without having to be super careful to stay  in-the-ditch.  I can think of lots of other variations that would be nice, too, but haven't actually tried any of them out.

Below is a pic of the quilting.

I like that curvy line a lot.

Only 5 more days until I get to see the ortho doc!  :)

1 comment:

  1. It looks like a whole different type of quilt made in batiks! The colors look like joy exploded all over the place!