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A Terrain Finish.

Posted on | February 9, 2016 | 18 Comments

It is a big finish for me. I am not normally a maker of big quilts, but this one had a mind of its own and grew.

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It ended up at 80 inches wide and 95 inches long. It sits very nicely on an old fashioned brass double bed.

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It has been made using a layer cake of Kate Spain’s fabric, Terrain, then Moda Bella white, and extra Terrain yardage for the border. Not sure what fabric is in the small orange border but it has a linen look to it.

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The blocks are made using the disappearing pinwheel tutorial from the MSQC. These are then set en pointe for the layout.

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I chose an edge to edge swirly pattern for the quilting. Lovely work by my wonderful LAQ.

I stuck to a simple white on white backing for this quilt.

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Good to have another finish. There are a couple of smaller ones still waiting for their turn. It will come.

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I do hope your week is going well.

Cheers, Karen

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18 Responses to A Terrain Finish.

  • Shez says: whoo Hoo Karen this quilt is gorgeous,what a wonderful finish for you,it would look fantastic sitting on the bed,well done my friend xx
  • Suz says: Gorgeous Karen! I have a large quilting waiting to be quilted, but I wanted another one for my bed for the winter! You can make a quilt too small, but never too big! Lovely quilting and backing too!
  • Anita says: Karen!!! What a great finish, I'm loving that fabric you've used on the outer edge of your quilt!!! It is beautiful. I bet you're pretty happy with it. Cheers,Anita.
  • sunny says: It's a very happy quilt! Great job on the finish. Quilts do sometimes have a mind of their own, don't they?
  • Joan says: Wow, that's too cool! I can see just how it might have a mind of its own! Each block is so much fun!!! I'm also thrilled that your blog actually showed up on my favorites "finally" !!! And on time! Yeah. :-)
  • Pauline says: A gorgeous finish Karen...love the fabrics, Jenny has so many great quilting tutorials. A great pattern choice for your Terrain layer cake!! Congratulations on finishing another quilt, job well done my friend!! Happy stitching, pauline
  • Mary says: Oh my! What a stunning quilt. I love the Kate Spain fabric and you've definitely made a smart move in choosing the clean white to show off those pretty colors. I haven't see the disappearing pinwheel in a full quilt but it's interesting. The pattern reminds me of a churn dash. At first I thought it was a variation. Regardless it's pretty and playful and must be splendid on your brass bed: traditional enough to fit in but modern enough to be bright and colorful.
  • michelle from Rag-tag Stitchin' says: You are so very clever. I bet it looks just gorgeous on that bed x
  • Bev says: Hello Karen, Congrats on such a stunning quilt. I love the border fabric. The chosen quilting design sets it off perfectly. Enjoy. Happy days. Bev.
  • Marina says: Gorgeous Karen such a beautiful quilt. The fabrics look so wonderful Well done
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: What a stunning quilt! I like everything about it! Great finish, and really pretty fabrics and quilting. YAY!
  • Lesley says: Such a beautiful quilt! Love the bright and fresh fabrics!
  • Astrid says: BEAUTIFUL! Congrats on the finish! Love the fabrics you have used. I love disappearing pinwheel blocks. Made one and consider making another one.
  • Rachaeldaisy says: What a beautiful quilt.The blocks look fun to make so I can see why you wanted to keep going. I love the choice of swirly quilting and the way it looks on the white backing too.
  • Frances Arnold says: Your quilt just sparkles....congratulations on finishing it!!!
  • peg says: Wow.......stunning love the fabrics.....
  • Linda King says: Great looking disappearing pinwheel.
  • Raewyn says: Another beautiful finish - the block is so effective set on point like that. And gorgeous fabric and colours - you've made a great start to the year with your progress :-)
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