Friday, August 15, 2014

Where the wild things are

Not what you expected, is it?  Not with that title.  But have slowly been quilting a bit on the quilt here and there.  I will have two diagonal rows of blocks quilted with the above type of quilting.  Remember to click to expand the view.  This reminds me of something you would see under a microscope. Anyway, I think I am going to name this quilt 'Where the Wild Things Are.'
These are just free-motion quilted.   Just something I sort of made up as I went along.
And across the middle of the quilt diagonally, I did this in each block.  You cannot see it very well in the picture...nor in real life either.  I was sort of disappointed in that.  So didn't like it.  But I went ahead and did the 5 blocks like this.

13 comments:

Joyful Quilter said...

LOL I don't see wild things I see corn on the cob. The variegated thread looks great.

CDH said...

Read the book a zillion times, loved it. Saw the movie, ruined it!
Pretty wild quilt! I like it.
Cheri

Ginny said...

How amazing that you are so talented as to make this without a pattern or anything! You are a very talented quilter!

EG CameraGirl said...

I like the name of your quilt and I also like your free-motion designs, especially on the dark-colured fabric.

Quiltedtime said...

Your variegated thread really sparkles. Of course, I am a big fan of variegated thread. It just adds so much interest.

Sandra said...

i have not seen free motion quilting before, of course you know i am not a quilter or sewer. i do like the sparkling thread and the name is perfect

Small City Scenes said...

Oh I like this quilt. Is that rainbow thread you used. LOVE IT!!! I like the name too. Just let your imagination run wild. MB

Neal said...

Wow....that is beautiful!!!

DeniseinVA said...

I love it too, so beautiful!

DeniseinVA said...

I love it too, so beautiful!

Deb said...

It's so vibrant and cheery!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

The stitching is showing up just fine in the photos :) Such a bright, cheery, happy quilt! :)

Caron said...

I think all your quilts have something lovely to look at.

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