Iron Quilter 2 Entry!!

Finally, I’ve posted a pic of my quilt entry into the Iron Quilter 2 contest:

I am extremely proud of my quilt because it is the first one I’ve completed that is larger than a baby quilt.

Here are some details about the quilt:
*I followed a tutorial on Incolororder.com to create this patchwork chevron.
*I used four charm packs of Debbie Beaves’ Lovely for RJR fabrics and some white yardage (that I always keep on hand) for the top. For the back, which isn’t shown yet (I’ll have to snap a pic later) I used yellow small print flower yardage. For the binding, I broke open a Kona Cotton Solids by Robert Kaufman “dark palette” jelly roll and used some of the strips for binding. I love the transition of the dark colors along the outside edge.
*This entire quilt was pieced AND quilted on a basic machine,  my trusty Singer Simple 3116. Right during the end, I could hear a change in the sound of the motor and I felt a difference in the power of the motor. I was deathly afraid that she’d give up and just stall but she didn’t.
* I used a quilt ruler and a #2 pencil to mark one inch lines in the negative white space and I used my sewing machine equipped with a generic walking foot to quilt those lines. In the patchwork area I used a sloppy meandering pattern. I say sloppy because there are places where it crossed over and I actually fell asleep a few times while doing it.
* The actual quilting took me two full days. Thank goodness for Netflix and Dexter.


Here are some of the details about the contest:

*It is hosted by Missouri Star Quilt Co.

*Let me tell you, the competition is fierce! I LOVE looking at all of the entries!

*{This is so exciting!} There will be about a week of initial voting to determine the top 25 quilts. After that, at a later date, there will be a final round of voting.

Thank you for visiting my page and I hope you enjoy my quilt!!!

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