Sep 12, 2010: Purchase Wrapped in Paisley jelly roll.
Jul 11, 2011: This is a joint project by Joan & me. I had a Wrapped in Paisley Moda jelly roll in the closet I never got around to making into a quilt. I sent it to Joan. The top came in today beautifully pieced in 2" squares--something I would never do!! I found some remnants to add borders. I just happen to have some fabric that is ideal for the backing too.
July 13: Added the single border. Ready to longarm. The more I work with this quilt, the better I like it! I am now at the danger point of wanting to keep it for my living room. Alas. Sigh!
July 18: Have a working plan for the IQ design
July 24: Found some backing I prefer with black tonal paisleys on dark brown.
Aug 02: Programmed in the IQ design
Aug 03: Loaded
Aug 04: Quilting...
Aug 05: Still quilting...
Aug 06: Still quilting...and done!
Aug 16: SOLD this quilt to my dear RedBubble friend Linmarie. I have a couple of her art pieces here & now she will have a J&L quilt! I couldn't be happier to unite my two dear friends in this way.
Aug 23: Attached the binding to the front and starting on the hand stitching.
Aug 29: Binding finished!
Nov 01: Shipped to Linmarie
Joan on July 18, 2011 at 7:30 PM
1/3/2016 02:03:41 pm
Oh wow. The quilting you have planned looks like it will really do the trick on this quilt...what thread are you using?
Linda on July 18, 2011 at 06:46 PM
1/3/2016 02:11:24 pm
You are ahead of me on thread color but I think the medium brown will work front and back. Designing the border was the tricky part because I wanted something the same density as the rest of the quilt. By doubling the sashing pattern and flipping the 2nd row, it should work.
Linda on Nov 08, 2011 at 10:03 PM
1/3/2016 02:14:14 pm
Linda on Nov 30, 2011 at 04:07 AM
1/3/2016 02:16:23 pm
Well, just don't go any time soon. I think you should try to wear it out first if you can!! Enjoy!!
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