Friday, June 29, 2012

Chris and Sarah's Quilt

It is finished and only days after the wedding. 
 You can see the posts on production here , here,  and here

 Lots of cross-hatch took lots of time.  I'm glad I had my cross-hatch rulers.  They made it so nice.

 The backside.

And I have to add this wedding pic of Chris and Sarah.  Eloise is enjoying herself with her dad. To see others, you can go here.

This post is linked to TGIFF and Whoop-Whoop Friday


  1. Beautiful! And all that goodness that looks like it took forever. Beautiful beautiful.

  2. What a totally awesome and beautiful quilt. Congrats!

  3. Wow - The back is so beautiful with all the quilting! I still enjoy my wedding quilt you made :-)

  4. Wow! That is gorgeous! I have never attempted trapunto, but have always admired it. You do beautiful work!
    And there is such a thing as a crosshatch ruler??? The things you learn...

  5. Whoa, your quilting is amazing, Elaine! That is a true heirloom quilt. Very lucky bride and groom! Thanks for linking up to TGIFF!

  6. Oh, Elaine, that is an amazing quilt! Very beautiful quilting - I stand in awe!! I only hope I can do as well someday. Whoop whoop!

  7. Holy Moly! That quilt is amazing! Well done!! (And I love that wedding pic, looks like a fun time). Found you through TGIFF :)

  8. Oh my gosh that is a lot of crosshatching and how perfect! Beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing.
    Quilting at the River Linky Party Tuesday

  9. Wow! That quilt is amazing!

    Trapunto is on my list of "one day" projects!


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