Friday 12 June 2015

Scrappy Mountain Majesties Quilt.

I made this quilt top quite a while ago and decided it was time to quilt it.
I first learned this block from a Lynne Edwards book and it was on a smaller scale.
This is Bonnie Hunter's Scrappy mountain Majesties.  I liked Bonnie's big chunky blocks.

I used a variety of fat quarters in warm, rich tones.

 I kept the quilting fairly simple.  Vertical lines on the outer border then a continuous feather in the next and an all over pattern for the center section.
I watched Lyn Durbin's excellent tutorial Loopy Clams.
Here is the link for the video.
 It is a very easy, free flowing design to stitch and I could guide my machine with one hand - lots of fun!

 I love the texture created with this pattern.

Near the end now......

Back of the quilt.   
So another one done - always a good feeling!
Happy sewing til next time


Quilting Babcia said...

I love the colors you chose for this beauty. Thanks for sharing the link for the looping design. I'm always on the lookout for easy overall designs, especially for quick baby and toddler quilts.

Marly said...

Your quilting has given a new look to a familiar pattern - lovely! Thanks for the link to the quilting pattern.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Just lovely, Rhianon....colours, quilting are beautiful. I am going to take a peek at that that pattern.

Diane-crewe said...

LOVE the colours in this one x

Loretta said...

Just beautiful!!! I love your fabrics and the quilting motif!
This one has been on my "to do" list for a while now...

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