This 36″ square lap quilt in the spools pattern is well pieced and has a pleasing colour balance. The quilting pattern is Anne Bright’s Origami Fan design which is done with a gold coloured cotton thread. The fan pattern gives a pleasing texture to the design. Doesn’t it look nice?
This well pieced quilt is Ann’s first quilt. She made it in a class at Greenwood Quiltery in Guelph, Ontario. The quilt is called Whitewash and was taught by Christine.
Because of the strong horizontal and vertical lines, we selected a curvy edge to edge digital design called Denali by Anne Bright.
Ann selected a a mushroom coloured Glide thread, a trilobal polyester thread that adds a bit of shine to the quilt.
The finished quilt is quite lovely. Ann plans to gift the quilt to her mother. Lucky Mum!
This photo shows a part of a log cabin quilt made by Kathleen Bissett (www.kathleenbissett.com) as a teaching sample.
Taking the lead from the fabric, we selected an small scale overall snowflake design. The design is called Snowflake Simple by Anne Bright. The thread is Glide in a mushroom/mauve colour. Glide has a nice shine which gives an unexpected spark to the quilting.
I don’t have an overall photo of this quilt, so I will try to remember to take one when Kathy brings it to Show and Tell at the next guild meeting.