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I finished quilting my Amber Geese quilt and had to wait for a day without wind so I could take pictures outside. I really like how this came out!
I did my usual free motion quilting on it and just happened to have a perfect piece in my stash for the back.
I used Fil-tech Glide thread in cream and also Bottom Line thread in a taupe for the stitching.
As usual, all of my quilting was done with my 15-91 vintage Singer sewing machine. I did the straight line stitching freehand.
The size of this quilt is 36 ½” x 52 ½. I wrote the pattern info as I was making it and hopefully I can share that with you soon.
The fabrics I used are Amber Ale batiks from Island Batik. The background fabric is also a batik from Island Batik called Cream – it is one of their basics.
The first quilt I made with these fabrics was my Amber Logs quilt that I made last July. I really love how you can do a search on your blog and find all this info……great diary!
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