Feathered Friday

August 10, 2012

Just a quick post.  Today Kristin (my little sis) graduates from grad school as a Physician's Assistant from Western Michigan University!!!!  We are so excited and proud!!!  All her hard work and dedication has paid off!  Lots to celebrate today!  I thought I would give you a just a peek of her grad quilt.  No, it is not the one that I started for her undergrad.  She will get the one some day. :-) I will post photos of the whole quilt after I give it to her.  She made a very small, sweet request regarding her quilt.  Feathers.  And that is exactly what she got!! :-)

 First time I have quilted an allover heirloom type feather.  LOVE.  The back is probably my favorite.  Pretty sure it could be a reversible quilt!
I love how the feather path makes the feathers look like they are circling the flower print.  Fabric is all Charlevoix from Minick and Simpson for Moda.
Lots more photos to follow. :-)

Thank you for all the kind birthday wishes for Patti.  She enjoyed reading every single one!!

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

22 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous feather! I'm curious about the backing--was it a small quilt, a wide backing, or, if you had to piece it, did you match the seam exactly? Asked by a person who is always trying to bump up her skill set, and loves to learn from the masters!

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  2. Linda,
    I am new to your blog and am absolutely blown away! Love your work, style, quilts, posts...........! I'm a new fan and will be visiting often!

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  3. Congrats to Kristin!! A long haul for sure...and what a haul with this quilt!! Gorgeous feathers!!
    P

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  4. I'm so jealous! Your sister is a lucky girl! I wish I lived closed, I'm looking for a good Dr.

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  5. Congrats to your sister, that's an awesome accomplishment - and her quilt is just gorgeous, Linda!

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  6. Gorgeous feathers! Please pass on my congratulations to Kristen!

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  7. Your feathers are so even and so beautiful. Fabulous gift!

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  8. Congratulations to Kristin! What a great accomplishment! She is just going to love her quilt, Linda! Enjoy your celebrations!
    Cheers!

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  9. Beautiful feathering and it really does look beautiful on that quilt.

    Debbie

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  10. Congrats to Kristin...what a wonderful quilt for her!! I think I like the back just as much too!! have a great weekend!!

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  11. Wow...this is gorgeous. Your feathers are amazing. Your sis is going to love this!

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  12. Wow wow! Really beautiful! Do you draw a guideline to do all those feathers so even? I hope to get so good at feathers some day soon! Thanks for sharing...

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  13. Congratulations to your sister! Your quilting is gorgeous, love meandering heirloom feathers, yours are truly beautiful. What a wonderful gift.

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  14. Congratulations to Kristin!!
    Lucky girl to have such a nice sister to make her a gorgeous quilt with all those lovely feathers :)

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  15. Congratulations to your sister!! What a wonderful accomplishment!!

    The quilt is gorgeous! And I love that fabric line from Minick and Simpson. Looking forward to their new one this fall.

    You are a good sister :)

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  16. Gorgeous feathers! Congrats to Kristen!

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  17. Love the feathers:) What quilt bat did you use?

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  18. Your quilting is so beautiful! Lucky sister, and smart to ask for feathers

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  19. Wow, that feather quilting is amazing. Very cool. What a lucky girl!

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  20. Congratulations to Kristin. Awesome accomplishment.

    Her quilt is beautiful, Linda.

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  21. Congrats to Kristin! Very exciting. Where will she practice? I hope around here. The quilt looks amazing. How could it not with your feathers on it?!

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