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Cone Flower Quilt

I have just completed my first Craftsy course   - Pictorial Quilts with Wendy Butler Berns. 

I used the pattern that she supplied with the course to produce this gorgeous quilt.  I am really happy with how it has turned out.  This is the most quilting that I put on a quilt so far.  I am starting to become more comfortable with free motion quilting but have a lot more to learn yet.

I am now hoping to progress on to producing pictorial quilts from my own photos. 

This is the first one I want to attempt.

 
It is a photo of one of my granddaughters taken a couple of years ago. 

Comments

sophie said…
The photo of your granddaughter will make a great quilt design. I love the little coneflower. I have lots of them blooming along my walk ... and keep thinking I should attempt a quilt based on them.
Em said…
Love the simplicity of the quilt so that it shows off your color choices and quilting. Very crisp.

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