14 Jun Summer Sunrise
Posted at 18:50h in Uncategorized 11 Comments
I enjoy working with bias strips so much. The slim curves they make just suit my minimalist style to a “T”. For this pillow, my color choices were inspired by summer sunrises and Jacquie‘s lovely low volume quilt. I quilted it in wavy echoes of the bias strips.
(I’m sorry this picture is not very good. My camera is not working and I had to borrow my daughter’s.)
This pillow recently made its way to a new friend. She has been incredibly supportive and encouraging to me and is just one of the nicest and most generous people I know.
NanthiPosted at 05:34h, 03 August
very neat project. I too have the same question as sewfrench.com
sewfrench.comPosted at 01:17h, 23 June
Are the strips appliqued on or pieced in?
email@example.comPosted at 11:25h, 03 August
The strips are appliqued.
Josée CarrierPosted at 19:27h, 21 June
Your pillow is beautiful. Those curves and colors makes it look so peaceful. When you work with bias tape, do you always make your own?
LynnePosted at 02:23h, 20 June
I love it – thanks for giving me a whole new direction to think about!
Kristy QPPosted at 02:11h, 19 June
Gorgeous pillow! The quilting really suits it beautifully.
jill/marnyPosted at 15:23h, 16 June
Beautiful pillow, beautiful design! So good to finally meet you at quilt market. jill and Marny
rachaelPosted at 14:06h, 16 June
this is beautiful!! is the background separate pieces or are the bias strips stitched onto a single piece?
HolliePosted at 01:24h, 16 June
Love this pillow. I've been intrigued by bias strips and have been wanting to try them.
cinziaPosted at 19:43h, 15 June
this is lovely. i love what you do with bias strips. and the quilting is great!
BrigittePosted at 08:12h, 15 June
I love it, it meets my taste perfectly too!