I’ve finally finished my Kimono wall hanging which gives me FAL #2 for this quarter. I used two layers of polyester batting behind the Kimono in addition to the stiff fusible batting that I used all over. It is now on the wall in our guest bathroom. The colours and style really suit the fixtures and the aesthetic. I found this Asian inspired bamboo quilt hanger that just added the final touch.
I used a very tight flower design all over the cream background to compress it and combined that with stitch in the ditch on the kimono and that really accentuated the trapunto and gave it real dimension.
I just did a little outline quilting in the border to keep it simple.
My Asian blue peacock wall hanging is still on my frame waiting for me to finish the ditch work before I tackle the FMQ. I got side tracked and started a brand new quilt. Here I was two quilt tops away from having no WIP left and I blew it by starting another project. In my defence, our niece is getting married in May and the quilt is for her.
I’ve finished my one-block-wonder quilt top that I started way back in 2010. I’m just adding the appliquéd Geishas in the solid blue part with a little trapunto work and then it is the next in line for the longarm. I added one more blue border on each side after I took this picture. I thought it would help to accentuate the print that I added to the side borders (it is from the fabric I used to make the OBW). I like the way the ombre purple borders change from light to dark.
Linking up to:
|2014 WIP||Size||Current status|
|Pink & blue batik||King||binding|
|Asian Shadow Box||King||binding|
|Waterlily||Wall hanging||quilt top|
|One block wonder||Queen||FMQ|
|Charm Square Crib 2||Baby||binding|
|Charm Square Crib 3||Baby||binding|
|Charm Square Crib 1||Baby||Donated|