Wednesday, February 14, 2018

WIP Wednesday

19 comments:

Kris said...

It doesn't look like there are any pins in your quilt top. Do you spray-baste?

Tammy Stack said...

Is this an old photo of the quilt on your book?

Amanda Jean said...

Kris,

I do not spray baste, I pin baste. I removed the pins when I quilted lines in one direction (during the first half of the quilting). Now I'm quilting in the other direction. No pins to worry about this time through.

I hope that helps!

AJ

Amanda Jean said...

Tammy Stack,

Nope! This is a new version of the hot and cold quilt. :) Good eye!

AJ

Patty said...

Awesome!

Kelly O. said...

I love that feeling of the quilting almost done and you can cuddle under the quilt and hand bind... My favourite!

grammajudyb said...

This Hot and Cold quilt is calling to me. I must start collecting some solids!

Di~ said...

Mmmm!

J Sager said...

Nice. Thanks for sharing.

Melanie said...

Now you will be done in no time :) Still love the quilt!

vincenzo126 said...

I love it!
-Jean💟

Connie Ghinazzi said...

Hi ... are you using a walking foot? When I've tried to do this cross hatching, I get it pulling out of alignment. Can you speak to that for us. I'm registered for your workshop in Ripon next month. Looking forward to meeting you.

Mary in Peoria Handmade said...

So pretty and love the quilting. I think my eyes might hurt from all that quilting! Nicely done. mary in Az

christine@modernlittleme said...

UH, this is STUNNING!! It’s so simple yet so breathtaking. You never cease to inspire me.

Sandy said...

Sometimes we overlook simple. This is so pretty.

Crystal_235 said...

Love this!!

Anne / Springleaf Studios said...

Really like the mix of warm and cool colors.

Shirley said...

The quilt looks delightful as does your daughter :)

joanne W said...

The best use of solids in a quilt.It's gorgeous.