Amy made this batik table runner for her friend Gillian who lives in Alberta. The colours were chosen because they fit the landscape of the prairies and foothils.
It was custom quilted with overlapping concentric circles. Both Amy and Gillian loved the resulting table runner.
Amy made this quilt top in a workshop at Greenwood Quiltery in Guelph, Ontario. Amy is very careful and precise in her sewing and cutting, so this to was beautifully square. I quilted it with randomly placed overlapping concentric spirals that echoed the circular movement inside the quilt. I have seen this hanging on the wall at Amy’s house and it goes very well with her colour scheme and decor. This wall hanging helps me to feel centered.
I quilted it with a camel coloured So Fine thread – #404, with Bottom Line in the bobbin.