12.06.2013

Breakfast Club - In the City

I spent the last few days machine quilting on this beauty. It was so much fun to machine quilt. Quiltique, a fun quilt shop in Las Vegas, Nevada is hosting a Breakfast Club in 2014 and Tula Pink's City Sampler is the quilt they will be making, it's an in-store only project, so if you're in the Las Vegas are you should totally sign up, details over on their website.
When the ladies at Quitique asked me to machine quilt this beautiful quilt for them I was totally flattered. This quilt is such a cool quilt and machine quilting it was so much fun. Every single block is different so, every single block is machine quilted differently. all free-motion quilting. 
I really wanted the machine quilting to pop so I used two layers of batting, Quilters Dream Poly Deluxe and Hobbs 80/20. It's pretty heavy but the texture is pretty awesome!
I may have gotten a little wild with my machine quilting on this one, there is a section of the right side of the quilt that I did a lot of straight line ruler work. I really wanted the quilt to have a cool modern feel, so I just did whatever I felt like at the moment. :)
Love how it turned out!

I'll be teaching a few classes at Quiltique in February, can't wait!

15 comments:

  1. I could look at this quilt for hours. It is certainly beautiful. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Absolutely Stunning!!! Just Beautiful!! I can't not imagine how many hours you put into that amazing finish. And so fun to get to teach there in Feb, they are lucky to have you!!

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  3. This turned out fabulous. You did a great job.

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  4. Such a beautiful quilt to begin with, but your quilting makes it sensational! This is truly a work of art.

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  5. It's amazing! Wish I could attend your class, I'm sure it will be fantastic. :)

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  6. I've seen lots of these floating around blogland, but never has one appealed to me like this! Your quilting brings it to a completely new level!

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  7. OMG...this is just wonderful and your quilting definitely makes it something Extra special

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  8. Wow that is something else!! Two layers of batting was genius!

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  9. Amazing!!! what size are the blocks?

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  10. Looks wonderful! Another great job!

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  11. Oh my gosh, I stumbled on your Snuggle Snowman pattern at U-createcrafts. It is just too cute. I made one for myself changing this up a bit and posted it on my blog. I did post a photo of your original quilt with a link to the web site. I do hope you don't mind. http://moosestashquilting.blogspot.com/2013/12/when-pinterest-inspires.html

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  12. Awesome quilting!! How do you decide what battings to use together when you are doubling up? Why not use two of the same? Thanks!!

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  13. It is truly an amazing quilt, and with your quilting, it became truly epic! It is absolutely fantastic! Love it!

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  14. Wow! I'm speechless. I wish that I was local.

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