I completed all the quilting on the Hunter's Star Quilt this morning. I am shocked at my own progress. Once I turned the radio on downstairs and started quilting, it was done within two days. I also created a border design for the quilt using Art and Stitch software. I traced the daisies and created a small medium and large daisy to sprinkle on the border in different patterns. The block quilting pattern used is the Kitty and Daisies Block 13 design from One Song Needle Arts.
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Here's a close up of the border. You know how hard it is to
photograph quilting. I love how the overall quilting turned out. That's big for me to
say because I'm my harshest critic and usually find flaws. The quilting is so subtle on the
front that you really don't see it detracting from the stars. But, if
you look carefully for the quilting pattern, it then appears. I used Superior So Fine 401 thread for the quilt top. The photo
below also shows how I left the first two half stars with ruler work
quilting. Don't look too closely there :-)
Here is the front of the quilt. I photographed it outside to try and have the quilting show up.
Here's the full back of the quilt.
Next step, finish stitching the corner blocks, trim the quilt and add the binding and I can actually say it is completed.
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