Good Day! I recently posted my latest quilting designs, available in digital form and paper patterns from Digitech Designs. Now I want to show you what the designs look like quilted up. First, here is the set:
I borrowed a quilt top from my quilt friend, Doug, at High Sierra Quilters Quilt Shop in Placerville, CA, and quilted away. Here is the panto for the quilt body:
Here is the Border design with some free motion “finger” stitching on the outside edge:
Last photo show you an overview while the quilt is still on my quilting table:
It was a very forgiving design set up and use. Plus, I feel the design actually elevates this simple shop quilt. Love the fabric, too! 🙂
Here is a quick visual for how I do my finger quilting on the edge. This is faster and much easier to do than piano keys or bead board. Besides, it looks great! Did I mention how easy it is? Just quilt “U” shapes.
Any feedback on this design or other designs you would like to see in the future? Happy Quilting, Carla
Thanks – it really helps to see the designs stitched out on a quilt. I love the idea of the finger quilting!
Hi Marilyn, Thanks for writing! Appreciate your comments, too.
What is the pantograph you used?
Hi Jane, I used 2 designs of mine on this quilt- and the paper patterns are sold by Digitech Designs at http://www.digitechpaper.com/category_s/1835.htm
Thanks for writing! Let me know if you have any further questions. 🙂