Vintage Trick Or Treat

Yes, I know that Halloween is over and Christmas is coming 🙂 But I am months behind in posting pictures, and I am not going to wait for October to come around again before showing this gorgeous quilt that I quilted in July. “Vintage Trick Or Treat” is a Crabapple Hill design, and this version was made by Maryanne. I was delighted to custom quilt it for her. I find Crabapple Hill quilts much more difficult to quilt than for example Judy Niemeyer designs. It feels much more natural to me to come up with designs for geometric shapes than trying to figure out what to do with the beautiful hand embroidery that only needs stabilizing but not really any quilting. If you are wondering about the border, the quilt is supposed to have scalloped edges which will be cut after quilting. Maryanne had already marked where she was planning to cut, and after stitching the piano keys, I stitched around outside her markings to make sure the threads were secure after trimming. This quilt is truly a labour of love!

Vintage Trick or Treat

 


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2 responses to “Vintage Trick Or Treat”

  1. Mary Jayne Anspach says:

    What a beautiful quilt. The blocks are very unusual. And the quilting is exquisite.

  2. Carol Otter says:

    I am behind also. Just came across your post and I Love it! Thank you for sharing.

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