Shapes is my own quilt design made specifically for the Pansasonic Bias Tape Appliqué Challenge, hosted last fall by The Modern Quilt Guild.
I spent considerable time designing, which doesn't come easily to me, even requesting input from my friend Debbie.
As I was quilting, my walking foot started oozing grease onto the white background fabric. You may even have heard my sobs.
It took a few strategically-place bias hexagons to cover the marks which I was unable to remove, in spite of using several different recommended products.
So again, I present Shapes with up-close pictures of the quilting.
61" X 61"
2015 Blogger's Quilt Festival "Home Machine Quilted" category
Sit-down quilted on a Pfaff Grand Quilter
Fabrics: Kaufman Kona solids, Paint by Carrie Bloomston
Batting: two layers of Quilter's Dream, polyester request loft and wool
Thread: 50-weight Aurifil in several colors - pale yellow, aqua, pink.
To see more quilts, go to Amy's Creative Side: 2015 Blogger's Quilt Festival. Linda