Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Feathered Tulips in Vases


I bought the fabric for this quilt in August of 2012 and started stitching in September.
Sunday I completed the top of Feathered Tulip in Vases.  
She measures 90 x 90 and is a lot prettier than the picture shows.



The original pattern only had three borders but it seemed more balanced to me with four so I added one more. I suppose it depends on how you use the quilt.   On a bed the top row would be covered by pillows and you wouldn’t see it.  
I enjoy doing reproduction quilts.  This pattern is from Collector With a Needle.  Dawn has several wonderful patterns she has drafted from antique quilts.
Hope you are all finding some time to stitch.
Nancy

11 comments:

  1. Oh, Nancy - this quilt is gorgeous!! I would love to see it in person!! You never cease to amaze me with your exquisite workmanship!!

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  2. A very good quilt in the works. I like the colors you chose. The design very prim in style. I am familiar with Dawn's patterns and glad to see a quilt made from one.

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  3. This is gorgeous. Now how are you going to quilt it? I see big feathers and x hatching and outlines. Hand or machine?

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  4. This is stunning, Nancy! I've had my eye on this pattern in Dawn's Etsy shop. Looking forward to seeing it quilted!

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  5. Beautiful work! I love the colours you used.

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  6. It's wonderful! Beautiful work. I know what you mean about not photographing well. Some quilts are just stubborn that way.:)

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  7. Nancy, how beautiful! Can't wait to see it quilted.

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  8. Wow! Your quilt is beautiful. Having a project that is part of the slow stitching movement is very nice. You've done a spectacular job.

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  9. Love seeing it with a fourth border added! Very nice.
    Will you be following the quilting from the original? Looking forward to seeing your finish.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  10. just beautiful I like it with 4 borders too! congrats on a wonderful finish.
    Kathie

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