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Vertigo

Posted on December 9, 2011 at 3:08 PM
This quilt is another gorgeous autumn quilt made by my customer Phillipa, which was beautifully pieced.  She chose the "Vertigo" design, and I suggested copper thread which really adds great texture and shine to the quilting.  I attached the binding to the front of the quilt and hand basted the binding down to the reverse ready for Phillipa to hand stitch down permanently. 
 
I really must learn how to take better photographs.  The above photograph was taken in my studio with day light shining down on it which sometimes can bleach the colours in a photograph a little.  The photograph below was taken in a different room with light coming in from the side which really shows off the texture of the quilting.
 

Categories: General, Vertigo pantograph

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4 Comments

Reply Kay in Scotland
1:38 AM on December 10, 2011 
They look like different quilts, had me fooled for a minute!

Kay in Scotland

Reply Nicola
9:28 AM on December 10, 2011 
WOW!! This quilting looks great - do you think this could be "the one" for the brown and black batik quilt?? I MUST get those borders on!!
Reply Janete
11:41 AM on December 10, 2011 
Kay in Scotland says...
They look like different quilts, had me fooled for a minute!

Kay in Scotland

Yes I know, it is amazing how much difference lighting makes. Photographs (well mine at least) can never completely show the real deal .....
Reply Janette
11:42 AM on December 10, 2011 
Nicola says...
WOW!! This quilting looks great - do you think this could be "the one" for the brown and black batik quilt?? I MUST get those borders on!!

Nicola,

Yes this would look great on that quilt..... looking forward to seeing it once you have that lovely border fabric on.