Reblog – In the Zone: A Quilting Process Tale

 


By Teri Lucas Community Editor, and quilter Quilting for others is something I rarely do. However, when Diane Magidson of SewBatik asked me to quilt a beautiful red and oatmeal batik quilt for the SewBatik booth at the recent Road to California show, I was, well, giddy. While simple in color, the complexity of the…

via In the Zone: A Quilting Process Tale — Generation Q Magazine

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Good morning friends! Over on the Generation Q Magazine page we posted an “In the Zone” process piece that focuses on what happens when the quilting on a quilt goes haywire. In it there is a tutorial for stitching out feathers without an intended spine. This is the post that explains quilting the red and oatmeal quilt for SewBatik.

I’m now quilting the Indigo and oatmeal quilt. I’m posting pics on Instagram. I’ve had the seam ripper out once already, only once though. The color is subtle, which works for the quilt. Though I will tell you this quilter will struggle greatly if any ripping has to happen because the thread on the back is an exact match to the Indigo. I’ll post on Instagram later.

I’m thinking of asking my sweetie to modify the table I’m quilting on so that I can sink the sewing machine to quilt on a flat surface. I’m going to think that one through because it’s a work, and a lovely table.

Happy Quilting!

Teri

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