Friday, 10 October 2014

Season quilting

Here is one of my wanderings between traditional and contemporary/modern quilting.


Who can decide the boundary between the two concepts? 
After all what is important is the result.
I made this table mat driven by this season colours and subjects. As always, the most difficult moment was: how I will quilt this?



I confess that I'm unhappy about how I pieced my triangles points. During piecing I was paying attention at this aspect but it seams that it was not enough. 



Well, let's move forward!

Have a beautiful day, my dears!

I am linking to Finish it up Friday!



4 comments:

Fran said...

That piece came out nicely - the pear print couple with the brown is a nice combination, and I sure didn't notice your points! I pull a lot of my colors from nature--I don't think you can go wrong doing that.

Kate said...

This is a beautiful table topper!!

Silvia said...

It's harvest time! I love your quilting, so nice on this modern-traditional patchwork. I see no mistakes, I see just a beautiful smooth tones table mat!

Geta Grama said...

A wonderful pattern that shows beautifully the solid-print combination, love it. It would look gorgeous in reverse too.

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