Geometric Longarm Quilting
Geometric Longarm Quilting Lines
I’m so excited to share these geometric longarm quilting lines on my latest customer quilt. She’s given me permission to share images online. The whole quilt is pieced fantastically and created in this style.
With quite a bit of negative space, this quilted needed a design to compliment the overall design and I felt it needed to still replicate the geometric look of squares floating on a grey.
When the needle arrived at the floating foreground, I added more organic quilting lines within the blocks. This time around I was trying Surelock thread by Coats and Clark (amazon link) in the needle with Superior thread pre-wound bobbins underneath. I have to say, the surelock was definitely strong enough for the task.
Almost every block has a different quilting motif within the shape. Borders have continuous feathers, some squares have a clam shell design stitched (above) and others have waves, pointed swirls, chevrons, stacked teardrops, and infinity loops. It is a collection.
You can see the feather design pretty well in the picture below.
Pointed swirls and feathers featured below here, too.
Hopefully the geometric design lines crashing into the organic foreground will work for my customer. I love how it turned out. It is modern and relaxed and interesting and varied.