Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Blue Deco, Quilted

The Blue Deco quilt is back from being quilted. I always let Chris decide how to quilt my quilts. She knows what to do. The Blue Deco will be used primarily as a tablecloth, so it needed to be durable, but it didn't need anything over the top. I love this regular swirl design.


As usual, Millie has to do her own QA check.

7 comments:

Linda Kay said...

What did you use for the batting layer in this? The usual or something lighter since it will be a table cover? I'd never thought of making a quilted tablecloth and I love this one!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Spectacular!

Pat said...

Very pretty. I really like the quilting on this one, too.

iris said...

I just love both the quilt and the quilting

Quilting4U said...

I haven't been at my computer until now, but wanted to say, I love it! I see Millie does also. I used the hobbs heirloom 80/20 batting like I do on all quilts. It never really crossed my mind to use anything else, but I guess you could. Anyway somewhere down the road you will likely change it out, then it will still be a quilt you can use to lay under, am I making sense? anyway, tell Millie 'hi' and thanks for her approval, it means much to me!

Megan said...

Given that it's a tablecloth, I'm concerned about cat fur. I appreciate that Millie has to undertake a rigorous QA inspection, but equally, I'd hate to see cat fur in your muesli tomorrow morning.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

La MaƱosa said...

What a pretty quilt! Great idea to have wavy lines for the quilting. Looks lovely!