patterns on her Quiltville blog. Shelli made it from a couple batik jelly rolls, a batik backing, and used black Quilter's Dream Request batting.)
When Judy and I saw the top a few weeks ago, I said, "I'd love to quilt that."
Judy said, "Yes, you should."
Shelli said, "I'll let you."
So, during June's Friday Night Sewing, Shelli and I layered and basted it.
Fil-Tec Glide thread in a favorite gold color (bright gold 80137).
Addendum: Both Brent and Shelli stopped by on their way home. He's thrilled with the quilt. I'm thinking if I had some butterscotch, caramel, and chocolate right now, I'd eat it, calories and all! I do love the quilt now that it's done. I don't know why I had so much trouble with those colors when they were up close!
Quilted on a vintage Necchi BU in 1919 treadle irons.
Yes, those are breezes stirring the quilt--we had at least an inch of rain yesterday evening at my house (although our little airport is still saying 0" of rain for the month of July). We do have flash flood warnings, and cloudy skies, and I counted about six drops of rain earlier, and am still hopeful for more. I was able to get some weeds out of the ground early this morning, and hope to get some more this evening.
Sarah's Whoop Whoop
Amy Lou Who's Sew and Tell Friday
Richard and Tanya's Link a Finish Friday (Sorry. His code and icon have disappeared from his side bar [and mine, for that matter].
and Cindy's new linky party (although this is not really random)