Glad to have you here at Sew Fresh Quilts for the P-A-R-T-A-Y!
I am quite excited to announce the finish of my MQG Fabric Challenge today. This challenge features four fat eighth cuts of Michael Millers newest collection - Petal Pinwheels. I just LOVE those soft and colourful prints! Yes, even enough to get the whole collection and make a larger version of this quilt in the very near future. Along with those four Petal Pinwheels cuts, a fat eighth each of Cotton Couture in Coral and Star Jacks in Grey from the Atomic Tabbys collection, were also included.
I blogged here previously about my design process. And ended the post mentioning that the backing I had originally chosen was just not going to jive with the top. And that I would be making another visit to my LQS. Well, I did just that and found the.perfect.print for the backing. It is Michael Miller's Everyday Houndstooth in Lagoon.
Quilting with my walking foot, Aunt Elna and I outlined the chevrons and along the Coral pyramid. Then continued quilting 1/4" and 1" parallel lines, using grey, orange and white Guetermann thread.
Quilt Like an Egyptian finished at approximately 39" x 40" and was completed using a machine finished binding in Clay from the Cotton Couture collection.
|Quilt Like an Egyptian by Lorna McMahon of Sew Fresh Quilts|
Name: Quilt Like an Egyptian
Fabrics: Made entirely from Michael Miller fabrics and featuring the Petal Pinwheels collection
Size: Finished at approximately 39" x 40"
Quilted: Walking foot on Elna Excellence 760
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