Wednesday, December 11, 2013

I am so proud of this beauty!



Just this week, this quilt came back from the long arm quilter!  I am beyond thrilled with how it came out.  She did an outstanding job with this all over design.  Thank you Miss M!!!





Each square has partial seams....still not my favorite, but not near as bad as I thought it would be.



Look at this back...it looks like swirling snow!



I sat and hemmed it by hand last night.





It is a BIG one!  98x98.  This is a king sized bed that it is on.



This is such a great pattern.  It changes, depending on where you are standing when you look at it.



This pattern, Tumbling Logs, is by Judy Martin.  It has 2,386 pieces.  I hope that you enjoyed seeing this quilt as much as I enjoyed making it. 

Linking to Can I Get a Whoop! Whoop! with Sarah as our host!

Linking to Needle and Thread Thursday with the lovely Kelly as our host!

20 comments:

Karen said...

Vicki -- you should be VERY proud of your beautiful quilt! Oh my it's so large and sooo many pieces! Congratulations on a wonderful finish!

Patchwork and Play said...

This is a beauty Vicki! You should be very proud of it!

Sarah Lizzie said...

Oh my Miss Vicki, this is truly a spectacular quilt!! Your piecing is amazing....and...the beautiful quilting is outstanding!! There will be many, many people bidding for this beauty!!

Lorna McMahon said...

All those partial seams were sew worth it, Vicki! This quilt is my favorite one yet that you have made! It is absolutely gorgeous! It looks sew pretty spread out on that bed!

made by ChrissieD said...

Stunning Vicki, I just love how 3D it is, a great piece of work :D

Rosa said...

It`s absolutely beautiful, and love the design,quilting,fabrics chlice,effect 3D,anything about this quilt!

Ruth said...

Wow! I'm inspired.

Carla said...

Hurray for a gigantic finish!!!! It's beautiful

Christine S said...

This looks great!!

ChristaQuilts said...

So pretty! I love the colors and she did a great job on the quilting :-)

Live a Colorful Life said...

Very pretty!

Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation said...

WOW, Vicki! This quilt is so lovely. I love the illusion that the light and dark fabric placement creates. and I agree, your longarmer quilted it beautifully!

Thank you so much for sharing this at Needle and Thread Thursday!

:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

kim said...

Wow, that is a finish to be proud of!!!! It's really beautiful and I love how it has a different look from different angles.
Very, very nice!

Pattilou said...

Bea-u-ti-FUL!!! You've planned it out very well.

Valerie Reynolds said...

Vicki you amaze me!!! Serious! After reading this post you've inspired me to put a little bit more effort into my borders as this is truly beautiful!! (I usually avoid borders) Thank you!!!

Nancy said...

This quilt is beautiful. I have so many of Judy Martin's books. I will have to find this pattern. I would like to try it.

Vivian said...

I love this one! I like Judy's designs but don't remember seeing this one -- which book is it from?

You should be proud of it (king sized is no simple feat). Thanks for sharing this one in Val's Archive linky!

Willit Neverend said...

I can see why you are so proud, it is obvious that A LOT of hard work went into making this quilt. I love the 3D effect.

Kate said...

Beautifully done! That's a lot of log cabin blocks, but definitely worth it.

LA Paylor said...

wow, how stunning. You should be proud of this one! LeeAnna visiting from Vals

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