Monday, June 16, 2014

Tulip In My Garden!

Love nature. 
I find it overwhelming to absorb the 
beauty, simplicity and complexity of it all!     

I seem to be drawn to quilt pieces
with the same description.

This was a workshop given by Terri Kramzer. 
You can read a previous post and link over to her web page.

Almost all of Terri's quilts were faced (not bound).
I really wanted to learn this technique so a talented 
sent a link to me for 

I added corner mounts to slide a paint stick.

Also wanted to mention that Secretly Stitching is having a great giveaway you may want to check out.
I am have linked with Marelize at Anything Goes MondaysSew Darn CraftyMaking Monday, Monday FundayShare Your Creativity at Its Over Flowing Finish It Up Friday and Patch Worktimes.

Till We Quilt Again,


  1. Lovely!! Everything about this quilt is wonderful...was it Quilt as you go? I love the quilting. How large is this piece?

    1. Hi Judy, It is kinda/sort of a QAYG but not. That is the beauty of the class is something I have never seen before!! Mine measure 18 1/2 X 18 1/2.

  2. Absolutely love your tulip quilt. It is beautiful with the design and quilting. Will definitely check out your notes about it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Your quilt is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Beautiful quilt! Love the colors and the quilting.

  5. I love this. It is unusual and creative. Nicely done!!

  6. Lovely pics, beautiful quilt! I'm never disappointed when I visit your blog! There's always some inspiration to take away! Thanx!


  7. What a beautiful quilt!! I love the different stitching in each block, and your tulip and leaves are just so beautiful. It sounds like a great class where you obviously learnt a lot.

  8. Love, love, love this quilt! The quilting, the tulip, just everything!!

  9. That is absolutely fantastic!!!


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