Final 2013 Finish (B): "Migration" Quilt

11:20:00 PM

Still catching up with my posts with my finishes for 2013. This'll be my last 2013 finish :)

For my second final finish of 2013, I give you, "Migration":

Flying Geese, original design
fabric: Kona Snow + Kate Spain's "Serenade" line for Moda
I'm really happy with the orientation I finally decided upon:
...and a close-up of the quilting:
close up of the quilting, done by Sew Shabby Quilting

It's a quilt that I had been working on for the better part of a year, and I had a bit of help from my bee sisters in the Color Bee Shocked bee.

I ripped the blocks apart multiple times, re-ordering them. I put together three, yes, three, completed quilt-tops before ripping each one of them out, finally coming up with this (fourth) orientation.

The fabrics are from the Kate Spain Serenade line paired with Kona Snow.

I had a lot of fun with the angles of this quilt and the improv nature of it. I love how it turned out.

I pieced a simple block-pattern back, with larger pieces of the Serenade line featured. The quilting shows up gorgeously.


The quilting was done by Melissa at Sew Shabby Quilting. I strategically chose a pattern that would off-set the triangular nature of the geese. I personally think it's gorgeous :)

/ 2013.

Linking up today with Devoted Quilter for TGIFF!

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14 comments

  1. I love Migration. It is a fun, fun quilt. Are you going to offer a pattern? It is amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. What a fabulous quilt. It turned out great. I can't believe you unpicked it 3 times! I love the back too, it could be a front!

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  3. A very stunning quilt. Well done.

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  4. It's beautiful! What a great way to use flying geese blocks, though I can't believe you ripped it out three times! Talk about determined to get it right. Thanks for linking with TGIFF.

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  5. Awesome layout and perfect quilting!!!

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  6. I'm working on a triangle scrap quilt right now, and yours puts mine to shame! This is beautiful!

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    1. Aw! you are too kind! Thank you so much - but I'm sure you're underestimating yours (and overestimating mine) lol!

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  7. Oh, Erin, this is awesome! I love the orientation you chose too. The quilting complements it beautifully and the back is wonderful too!

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  8. Erin this is so beautiful! Worth every minute spent with the seam ripper ;o)

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  9. Erin, this is amazing. I love the orientation too, and the quilting is awesome :)

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  10. What a lovely quilt. It reminds me of the cranes flying overhead here in Autumn and Spring.

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