Saturday, October 03, 2009

Feather Quilting

I love quilting feathers, and I'll take any opportunity to practice. These ones can be seen best from the back of the quilt. Love love love them!

Need to work on those thread bobbles though. Every quilt is a learning experience :-)

14 comments:

Wendy B said...

What thread bobbles????....cant see a thing!! Your feathers look delish!! Well done!
'o) Wendy B

Teresa said...

Wow! Your feathers are beautiful - I don't see anything wrong with them! I really enjoy reading your blog...very inspirational!!

Teresa
Michigan, USA

Trudi said...

Those feathers really are wonderful! I don't see any thread bobbles or anything else wrong with them. Great job! :o)

Kristie said...

Such beautiful feathers! I love feather quilting, I've not tried them yet but hope to learn them sooner or later!

Have a wonderful day!
Kristie

paulette said...

Gorgeous! Wish I could do that! sigh....
Paulette

onlymehere said...

I think it looks fabulous! Quilting is definitely an art in itself and you do it so well! Cindy

*karendianne. said...

I enjoy seeing the creativity in you come through in your feather practice session. Love love love them, too!!!

LC said...

Just starting to try these most difficult feathers. Yours are an inspiration!

Karen said...

Those feathers look very good to me. I just am never going to be good at machine quilting.

Emma said...

Beautiful! Either you deliberately kept the photo small ;) or the 'bobbles' are unnoticeable to anyone but yourself! I'm just starting to enjoy quliting feathers, too.

Anonymous said...

Tazzie- your quilting feathers look super! Enjoyed reading & looking at your pictures today.

Quilter Kathy said...

Me too...it is my favorite thing to quilt at the moment!
Yours look fantastic!

tami said...

I don't see anything wrong with your quilting. I have tried feathers before and mine don't come anywhere close to looking that good.

Quilt Hollow said...

It's been a bit since I've visited! I've missed so much! Your feathers are awesome and I've always enjoyed seeing your quilting. Are you still quilting on a DSM or did you get a longarm? Fantastic workmanship!!!

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