Friday, November 02, 2007

Simple quilting

Sometimes the simplest quilting pattern is the best. The pantograph I'm using on this autumn log cabin looks wonderful and it's so simple to quilt.

Blowing Leaves by Dave Hudson.

14 comments:

Tanya said...

That is a beautiful pattern! It goes perfectly with the autumn colors.

Hope Chesty is feeling better. Such a cute journal card. Very clever of you to use batting to depict Chesty's fluffiness!

Terri said...

This panto came with my machine and it is one of my favorites! It's easy, quilts fast and looks great! Have you tried the one with Maple Leaves? Another good one from Dave Hudson.

Deb said...

looks perfect!

Vicki W said...

You are right - it's beautiful!

Deb Sews Quilts said...

Beautiful quilting. What is the update on Chesty? Hope he is doing much better!

Veronica said...

I agree that a simple pattern is sometimes the best. As I found out in my blue and white quilt I just finished and, yes, I did use the quilt-as-you-go method. Is there any other way? LOL

Yvonne said...

It's wonderful....I really like it.

Laurie said...

great pattern mary! i love it! glad chesty will be ok too!
hugs
laurie

Tazzie said...

Just gorgeous quilting, I really love it!
*hugs*
Tazzie
:-)

swooze said...

I love it!

Jeanne said...

The pattern is perfect for the quilt and I love the way the light is shining on it in your picture. Very effective!

meggie said...

It might seem like simple quilting to you, with a long arm to use.
But to me, it is very hard to emulate & it looks lovely!

Belém said...

The quilting is beautiful and I love the golden shades of the logcabin fabric.

ForestJane said...

Very nice pattern for those colors! Do you find that you can do those pantographs faster or just freehand stipple?