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Tessa’s Baby Quilt

on Nov 9, 2012 in Blog, commission, Longarm Quilting Gallery, quilt, quilting, Trapunto Style Quilting Designs | 3 comments

My big commissioned quilt is off the quilting frame! Hooray!!! The quilting style was 100% inspired by Angela Walters. I LOVE how it turned out. Of course, I have a few pictures to show you.

Some progress pictures around the lettering:


You can still see the frixion pen marks in those close up pictures (above). And I also have pics of the quilting fills:? {{click to enlarge}}


I divided the background with irregular wavy lines, then changed up my fills between the wavy lines. I used 9 total free motion quilting? fills on the the quilt + the trapunto name. Hopefully, next week, I’ll have a blog posts showing each fill. It will be sort of a “menu” for myself, and I thought I’d share it with ya.

I also unloaded 11 bobbins of thread on the baby quilt. The quilt is about 50″ x 65″.

Since this quilt was bigger than the original “WEAVER” quilt, I decided to add a 1/4 Dresden circle in the corner. I like it up there. The corner is not lonely anymore.

I backed this quilt with a vintage sheet.

The Dresden is made from a bunch of 2 1/2″ strips. That means, I have lots of 2 1/2″ strips left over that will go straight into the bright scrappy binding this weekend.


  1. Jen, that quilting is GORGEOUS! Love love love!

    Helen Thomas

    November 9, 2012

  2. Good grief! You are an amazing artist!

    Shirley Beaupre

    November 9, 2012

  3. Jen it is gorgeous, you outdid yourself.


    November 9, 2012

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