Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Sujata's Rail Fence Quilt is done!


Its turned out to be 112 inches square. I'm really pleased with and so glad to got to make another one of Sujata's patterns from her book Cultural Fusion Quilts by Sujata Shaw.

I must admit, it was a behemoth to negotiate through my Janome HD9. But totally impressed with thus heavy duty machine. For machine quilting for straight lines,  at least it's awesome.

I do like ths wide mouth area, perfect God big bulky things like quilts.

As you might notice, my blocks went a wee bit wonky, but I don't live with quilt police so I'm moving on.

I even combined different blocks and do like the idea.

Anyway, folks, I'm working away on gifts as I write, so I'm off to carry on. 
 
Stay safe and take care of each other over the next year. We all need to stay vigilant and continue social distancing.

Caroline

 

6 comments:

  1. I'm a huge fan of Janome machines and still mourn the demise of mine. I've had three machines since and none of them are half as good as my old Janome workhorse. Your quilt looks so cozy and warm!

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    1. Thanks for this support! I've had to migrate back to my previous Baby Lock Machine and its a huge improvement over the cheaper Janome, I'm quite surprised. I'm taking it back, I'm hoping to get a credit for it, just not keeping it.

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  2. awesome, such a beautiful quilt, Congratulations.

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    1. Thank You! My son is thrilled and its in use already, Yeah for using quilts.

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  3. Lovely quilt...I too love Sujata's work xox

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    1. Yes, I intend to make some more of her designs. Its the one book I've used more than one pattern from.

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