Butterfly Patches

012I quilted this a few months back. I was trying to get familiar with a curved ruler that I needed to use for a certain quilt that I haven’t shown yet. 🙂

This is a scrappy quilt that Annette pieced for me ( probably sometime last year) and I love her projects..of course. It’s nice that when I need to practice a technique that I have a stock pile of quilt tops that I can load onto the frame and work away. I like that my time is not wasted. In the end I have a quilt and it’s beautiful ( even if the technique doesn’t work well ..not the issue in this case)  and I have something to show for it. Rather than pinning on muslin fabric and just practicing ..I can apply the technique.

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We trade quilting for her piecing my scrap.  We have for several years now and I am just always amazed and happy with her work.

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So I wanted to practice using the curved ruler in the sashings. Can you see them?

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I quilted loops in the blocks …and continuous curves in the corner stones.

022 023 024 025 I also did an nontraditional feather type design in the border.  I am trying to decide how much I like it. I can see it on certain quilts.

Here’s the back:

020 021Thanks Annette! You are a scrappy genius!!

Many Blessings!

Charisma

3 thoughts on “Butterfly Patches

  1. I like how you quilted this quilt and I like the border too as it is a little different than anyone else’s!

  2. Hello Dear One,
    It’s been awhile since I have talked to you .
    How are you doing ? Still walking the hills around you ?
    This quilt is just beautiful, I love scrappy . If you need a home for it ,you can send it to N J
    You impresse me with each quilt you do
    Take care and love ,hugs
    Pat

  3. Amazing job as usual. You do such nice work and this is a very nice quilt that is very nostalgic looking to me. Reminds me of the ones my grandmother did using scraps from our dress making when I was a kid. Of course the beautiful quilting is another story altogether. Beautiful indeed.

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