Monday, January 23, 2012

My First Finsh

Finally I can say I finished a top.
Hi I'm Kathleen from Rose Prairie 
Quilts and Farm in Oklahoma. I live on over a hundred acres with "the man of  the place". Kids are grown and live in other states. But we do have beef cattle and "my girl" (my chickens).
I love to quilt, knit and grow vegetables.

 This quilt seemed like it took forever on this one.
Grant cha there was a lot of appliqueing but seeing how it was a commission top for a shop, it took some of the fun out of it for me, felt pressured by time.
 This pattern is Heritage Sampler by Lori Smith. This is all I was asked to do, you see there is a border that should be around. One of half-square triangles.


 I love to applique and I enjoy stitching on one but I also like to my time at it. 


I did a method by using Ricky Tim's paper and stitching it on the machine. I did it that way so I would give it the look of needle turn. I have a tutorial on my blog if you would like learn this method. Go here
I hope to have another top done this week. If I do I'll be back with another show and tell.
Till next time
Kat
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8 comments:

sunny said...

Oh my gosh - that's quite a finish~~ I'm heading over now to see your tutorial.

Barb said...

That is sooooooooooooo amazing!!

Lucky-1 said...

Stunning. beautiful, awesome and just stunning comes to mind:)

HUGGLES
Lucky

Maria said...

what a fantastic finish. Lucky recipient.

Wee Little Birds said...

Congrats on your finish...STUNNING!!!

Sue B said...

OMG- this is stunning and so much work. Well done you !!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Just beautiful!!!

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

Beautiful finish! I'm heading over to your blog now to check out that tutorial.