It’s Friday and once again I waited until the end of the week to get a top quilted. This one started with a Jelly Roll and I added some strips from stash to make it a little larger. It’s another one built with quarter square triangles and it was based on an antique quilt I found on eBay. Pantograph is Feather Frond.

Brief Instructions for my Spools quilt as well as a RWB version are available on my website. 


Since I didn’t have leftover strips for the binding, I’m pulling something from stash … I’m debating between the pink, the turquoise, and the gray. Which would you choose?


20 thoughts on “Quilted

  1. Congrats! on getting another quilt quilted. Personally, I think I would go with the gray. I usually audition the binding fabrics by sticking them out a quarter inch at the edge of the quilt, so it’s a little hard for me to decide.


  2. I really like the antique look of this quilt. As far as the binding, I would choose the gray. I think it goes with the antique look as well as letting the block fabrics take center stage.


  3. It depends if you want a cool or warm look. The pink being warm and the other two cool. Pink was used a lot in antique quilts.


  4. I love your quilts. A question: I made a quilt with white background and sashing, deep purple and green in blocks. What color is best to quilt it on my long arm. I want the piecing to be noticed more than the plain quilting I do on my long arm. I’m not very good in quilting.


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