I love how you quilted this, so pretty !!!
Geeze....another beautiful quilt. You just whip these babies out. I love how you quilted the lonestar.
Gosh Desley, you have a knack of producing some amazing quilting. Love this quilting.
just lovely! (As usual!) What have you used for batting in this one?
Desley, i just found your Blog. Your quilting is gorgeous! Stunning! I'm in awe and inspired by your work.
I am continually delighted to see these magnificent machine quilted quilts.
I'm always excited to see a new post on your blog...what a great quilt.
As beautiful as the quilting in on the quilts, I always wonderer if it was functional to do so much quilting on a quilt destined to be well used. Then Don Beld came to our guild to give a trunk show. He is an expert on antique quilts, particularly Civil War quilts. He explained that the function of heavy quilting in the olden days was to trap the body heat between the layers to keep the user warm by not letting the heat given off travel to the surface of the quilt. Now I know why heavy quilting is both functional and beautiful - as yours always are Desley.