Monday, February 4, 2019

Quilt Photography Company: Curious Dream Wonderland Quilt II

Previously I shared about Quilt Photography Company and how wonderfully convenient it is to ship off my quilt and leave the pictures to a pro. Today I have the privilege of sharing my second rendition of the Wonderland Quilt.
This version has less saturated hues, and uses scraps and thematic prints from Angela Pignel's Curious Dream for Windham, which you can find on sale at Fat Quarter Shop.

You can pick up the pattern on Payhip.

I also have tutorials to walk you through the details. Just click on the Wonderland tab above.

As always, I entrusted my quilting to Aurifil. This time I used colors 2620, 5007, 2615, 2024, 2692, 2784, 2783, 2805, 5006, 2884, 1114, 2860, 5015, 2214, 2420, and 6729. Details about the free-motion designs I selected are overviewed in a former post.

If you're an Albuquerque local, I teach free-motion classes periodically through the University of New Mexico Continuing Education. We have a great time trying out new designs, and you can even borrow a Bernina sewing machine without an additional charge instead of schlepping your own.

The words aren't actually hand embroidered, but rather, free motion quilted with Aurifil 12 wt. Check out my pointers on my previous post.

If you're interested in fantastic pictures for posterity, quilt show jurying, a pattern cover or just because you want to upgrade from the tan carpet, dimly lit, odd-angled shot, go check out Quilt Photography Company, and tell them I sent you.

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