10 July, 2014

My New Raw Edge Applique Quilt and Pattern

I made this quilt thinking of you! I wanted to make something similar with this quilt but at the same time something that can be made in days and not months or years! And what technique is faster than raw edge applique? (Ok, maybe this one?)

raw edge applique quilt pattern
The quilt is 55'' and the flower sphere measures 42''- a manageable size!

raw edge applique quilt pattern
Are you bored with my feathers on hexy flowers?

raw edge applique quilt pattern
All the fabrics are Kona cotton and the background is white.

http://www.romanianquiltstudio.com/english/raw-edge-applique-quilt-pattern.html

I loved that I took the time (wow, 5 minutes!) to mark some circles on the white background and quilt those flowers between pebbles.

raw edge applique quilt pattern
It's quilted with Aurifil 50wt. White on white and on the flowers a natural color.

The Jeans needles were of big help!



raw edge applique quilt pattern
Do you remember the binding?

raw edge applique quilt pattern
And here are a few "work in progress" pictures.
All the pieces were appliqued with fusible web.

raw edge applique quilt pattern

To achieve the mosaic effect, I trimmed off a little from each edge of all the pieces.


If you remember this, now you know where they come from.

The beginning!

Yes, I marked the top and then I pressed over markings; no problem after I washed the quilt.

My sister Nina helped me and we made the top in three days.

 raw edge applique quilt pattern
The quilting keeps the pieces in place. After the design was fused I made the quilt sandwich and started quilting. I tried to quilt as close as possible to the edges.

raw edge applique quilt pattern


Usually, after weeks on designing and working on a quilt, when it is finally finished, I don't feel the excitement of the beginning anymore. No, it doesn't disappoint me. I am bored and tired of it, because the quilt was already stitched in my mind 10 times before it was actually finished.
I finished it one week ago and I kept it rolled. Now it's hanging on the wall and I have to admit it is a wonderful quilt! it's even more beautiful than I imagined it could be.

What do you think?

http://www.romanianquiltstudio.com/english/raw-edge-applique-quilt-pattern.html

Pattern available!!

raw edge applique quilt pattern
I am linking to Finish it Up Friday.

34 comments:

  1. That is such a beautiful quilt, Geta. I am so amazed how focused you stay on completing your projects!

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  2. pretty amazing Geta..question do you paste them , stitch them down before you quilt all of them together? I love the detail, pebble and feathers...very inspring..

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  3. Fantastic and incredibly beautiful! Makes one happy to view it.

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  4. This is simply stunning and beautiful!! I love how you brought the ball to life... and then you enhance it with all of your gorgeous quilting!!! The textures are so luscious! This is a work of art to be treasured, Geta!!
    You are so talented!!

    Susie

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  5. This is beautiful and much more do-able for the average person to make due to the fusing method. It's just as gorgeous as the other one. I think you are not appliquing around each edge, but quilting heavily over all of them. Your quilting is so well done, as usual.

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  6. Hello, I am a new follower to your blog/site. I just love this quilt, it's amazing. I'm almost done with working on my very first Hex quilt.
    Going to be adding borders after my daughter's wedding. Thank you for sharing this wonderful quilt.
    icia

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  7. Cred ca e proiectul ideal ptr un incepator ! Senzational! Looooooove it!

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  8. Beautiful - it's really quite remarkable!
    thanks for sharing

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  9. Beautiful! I ordered the pattern this morning and haven't been this excited about working on a new pattern/technique in ages. Looking forward to trying it out!

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  10. You have such dedication to a detailed project. Beautiful!

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  11. Geta,
    So beautiful. I always look forward to seeing your designs, and I LOVE your trapunto book. Two questions: have you ever thought of dyeing the batting, and how would that affect the look of the trapunto quilts? Also, did you design this in Electric Quilt 7 (EQ7)? Thank you. I love the quilt choice!
    Johanna in Wisconsin, USA

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  12. Oh boy do I ever NEED this pattern. It is gorgeous! Please tell me where to order it.

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  13. Really like it! Eyecatching and beautiful!

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  14. It IS gorgeous, Geta! It was so worth to mark the circles for the background quilted flowers, I think it gives so much interest!

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  15. And no, one can never get tired of feathers no matter how many times sees it :)))

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  16. So amazingly beautiful!!!!!!!!!!

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  17. This is such beautiful work...thank you for sharing

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  18. Yes very beautiful! As all of your work is...

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  19. Geta ~ your work is amazing, this quilt is beautiful!

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  20. Awesome....amazing....beautiful!!!

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  21. This quilt is absolutely beautiful. I keep waffling back and forth. First I think a pieced or appliqued quilt technique is my favorite. Then you will have a beautiful quilt that is all thread work, and that becomes my favorite. I have to finish some of the projects that I have on my plate right now before I order this pattern. Otherwise I won't be able to make it into my sewing room for the number of projects lined up to do will fill the room. It's already close to that. In any event, every quilt you do is my favorite until the next one comes along.

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  22. I absolutely love this quilt. Love the colors, the design and the quilting. Just lovely

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  23. This is incredible! I can't believe you pieced this in 3 days! I hope you enter this in a quilt show because you deserve to win something for this quilt.

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  24. This is amazing! I am visiting from Crazy Mom Quilts.

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  25. Oh my! It is not often that I actually gasp out loud when i see a quilt photo! Stunning, absolutely stunning! You are a very talented lady - this is definitely going on my "one day I will..." list!

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  26. As always your work just screams WOW! It is just fabulous.

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  27. Geta, this is great news as I didn't know this was a fuse project?? I thought you were handing appliqueing this, wow, that changes a bunch for me as this has been a fav of mine!! lol, summer is here and its 34 C. today in Bulkley Valley!

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  30. Beautiful quilt-love the design and the quilting. Thanks for the info on washable markers.

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