Monday, May 13, 2013

"Infinity" is a winner!

The last few weeks have been busy, busy, busy!  With our local guild quilt show and then HMQS in Salt Lake City I have been smokin' at the heels!  I wanted to share a quilt that I quilted for my customer Joan Anderson that won ribbons at both of these quilt shows.

"Infinity" won 3rd place in Applique at HMQS, Salt Lake City and Best of Show at the Desert Sage Quilt Show!
Beautifully hand appliqued by Joan Anderson, she used batik fabrics along with ultra suede and wool.  I quilted her quilt with all free-hand quilting for the feathers,  McTavishing and pebble fill.  I used a stencil for the double cross-hatching. Yummy Glide thread made everything just shimmer and Quilters Dream Wool batting gave it the perfect loft!  The outer border swag was all hand guided and the mini-piano key was done with a ruler.  After quilting, Joan added her gorgeous hand-done dimensional flowers and beading.  A lovely sparkle runs through the entire quilt with over 1000 Swarovski crystals that Joan applied, and I have a feeling that she'll be adding more!


  1. Margie,
    I didn't know you were blogging! As always, beautiful work! Miss you guys.
    P.s. I'm blogging too at lewisvillelove.blogspot

    1. Hi Lisa, Thanks for stopping by. Miss you guys too! Blogging is sporadic at times but I try to keep up with it. It keeps me from being a hermit.....

  2. Hi Margie,

    Beautiful quilting there! Congratulations to you and your client for her prize. Her quilt is so impressive, that I'm wondering how much more stupendous first and second place must have been. Wouldn't have wanted to judge that show!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, too. :-)

    1. Thanks Margaret! Competition is pretty tough, especially in Applique. We were thrilled to even place 3rd :-)