Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Miss S's Seventh Quilt

This is Miss S's seventh quilt.  It is the sixth one I have helped her finish.  She made it using my favorite jelly roll race method.  Her strips are not off-set as much as usual because she did not cut the first strip in half.  We still really like how it turned out. 

I quilted it on the Bernina Q24 in a spiral/wave design in rows. 

The rows were purposely quilted in different widths. 

She bound it the same day I quilted it. 

The backing is the same Kona navy blue as the binding. 

I love how the quilting shows up on the back. 

I love working on quilts with  Miss S. 

The sweetheart has already given this to one of her aunts who loves the ocean. 



  1. How awesome! It has a great nautical feel to it, and I love that she got it bound the same day you quilted it and has already given it away. :)

  2. That is a perfect quilt for someone who loves the ocean. It's got that peaceful ocean wave feel to it.

  3. I love all the pretty blues! I am impressed she bound it so quickly:)

  4. Oh perfect quilt for an ocean-loving aunt! I do love your jelly roll quilts, gotta get the one that is all cut made...yeah I cut my 2.5" strips for it...I like how you quilted this too, love love swirls.

  5. Great job! What a great idea to quilt it with more of an overall pattern than a row pattern. I need to remember that...


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