Saturday, May 21, 2016

butterscotch chips finished

This quilt has been finished for a while, just never documented.  I absolutely love love love it.





You can tell how long ago this start was because Butterscotch and Roses by Figtree has been long gone.





There are so many options with the log cabin design, that I had to play with it for a while before I saw my vision.







I love this pantograph design by Benay Derr from Beany Girl Quilts, so I made a stencil from it, you can see that process here.




Yip, it took a long time using my tiniest scissors to make a template.



With so much white, I knew I'd be sorry if I didn't take A LONG TIME and patiently cut all my threads on the back.


I marked 1 row at a time on my dining table then ran upstairs to quilt it before the ink disappeared :0












As you can see . . . my favorite time to take pictures seems to be late at night when the lighting is poor.






you can read about this quilt's wip here, here, and here.





"Tickle" is a popular pantograph design, you should ask your "go to" long arm quilter to get the pattern.  You can purchase it through Willow Leaf Studio.  







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11 comments:

  1. It's really lovely, and this feels like the perfect time of year to have such a light and airy quilt out and available for use. Hope you enjoy it.

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  2. What a beautiful finish! The quilting showcases the pattern. Great job!

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  3. This is beautiful! I love how you showed that you can use a pantograph on a sit down machine.

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  4. This is so pretty! A perfect quilting pattern for such pretty fabrics too.

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  5. This is so pretty! A perfect quilting pattern for such pretty fabrics too.

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  6. Wow!!! Absolutely gorgeous!!! Love the fabrics and the quilting is perfect!!

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  7. Really comes together beautifully. Log cabin is always great and your quilting is wonderful - really shows it off well.

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  8. Beautiful quilt, and a whole new way for me to think about quilting a design with my machine. Thanks for sharing your technique.

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  9. Gorgeous quilt and quilting. I am thinking of investing in a sweet sixteen ... worth it I guess?

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  10. Very pretty quilt! I have the same line of fabric in my stash. I seem to collect Fig Tree wherever I go! Julie@TheCraftyQuilter.com

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  11. What a beautiful finish! Yes, I can see that this is one of your favourites. I adore the fabrics you used and they look so sweet against the white background. And the quilting is simply amazing!

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