I was thrilled when she delivered "Stillwater Creek". Here are some closeups of the edge to edge feather quilting done by Ange at Quilting on the Mira. I love this pattern!
And the back...
I added a binding to match the outer border and machine attached it to save wear and tear on my wrist. This quilt was a joy to make with the big blocks and the flying geese units. My quilt finishes at 66" x 77", perfect for the twin bed in the spare bedroom. If you are interested in purchasing the pattern, it is available at designer Pam Buda's shop HERE. Pam has just announced her newest free sewalong on her blog, Heartspun Quilts. I love her designs and have participated in several of her Pocket Patchwork Sewalongs. This latest one is called "Market Day"...even the name is cute. She has listed all the fabric requirements on her blog and offers a kit in her shop if you want to make one just like hers. For me, it sounds like a perfect way to bust some of my stash!
The hardest thing for me to do when the quilt arrived was to take some pictures. It was so cold the day I took the pics, I didn't even travel the extra steps to the clotheline. I took the pics but when I loaded them on the computer, the colour just wasn't right, so I took some more. I still wasn't happy, so then I took some pics of the quilt inside. Here is "Stillwater Creek" through the eyes of my camera, from afternoon, to late afternoon, to evening.
It's so nice to finish a quilt...I'm off to my sewing corner to search out another UFO...and there are many! It's a great day for quilting!