Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging

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I finished up my Kaleidoscope wall hanging. You can read about it here and here. This was designed using Kaleidoscope Kreator 3 and Island Batik fabrics. I think it looks kind of neat with all the fall decorations outside. The weather was a perfect fall day.

Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging

I decided to use the orange batik for the binding in the Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging.

Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging
Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging

Here is a peek at the back. I used cotton batting and muslin on the back.

Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging

Can’t forget a Iggy photo.

Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging

Just another photo of the wall hanging out on the deck.

Feathered Kaleidoscope Quilted Wall Hanging

This was made using the beautiful batiks left over from my Summer Flowers quilt and they worked perfectly with this feather design. Summer Flowers is a 44″ x 60″ inch quilt that combined string piecing and flower applique. There are 10 full size flowers in my pattern. The fabrics are batiks from Island Batik called the Flower Fields collection.

Summer Flowers quilt pattern

We saw this beautiful riverboat going upriver yesterday. It is called the Celebration Belle, the people were taking a Fall Foliage cruise from Moline, IL to Muscatine, IA and back. Here you can see the shoreline and the boat in the distance. I love living along the Mississippi River!

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  1. Stunning! Such eye candy.

  2. Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio says:

    Stunning Quilt!!!!

  3. Arianne Arianne says:

    Pleasantly surprised by the discovery of your article so cute and so original

    voyance par mail

  4. QuiltShopGal says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. Total #CreativeGoodness. Love your Kaleidoscope design, fabrics, colors, free-motion quilting. Yeap, very inspirational. I definitely need to make one. Great job!


  5. Createology says:

    Sew very gorgeous and eye catching. I truly want to look at your beautiful kaleidoscope quilt forever! How fun to see that fabulous boat traveling along the river. Creative Bliss…

  6. I love all the colors you picked! It really turned out pretty and nice picture of the river boat! 🙂

  7. Connie, this project is gorgeous! Well done as always!

  8. Happy Cottage Quilter says:

    Wow! This quilt is amazing!

  9. Ольга Т. says:


  10. Podunk Pretties says:

    The back is just as pretty as the front, GORGEOUS! I'm not a big fan of orange but I like this one ALOT.

  11. Vicki in MN says:

    You have a two sided quilt-the back looks like a wholecloth, great stitching! How big did this turn out?

  12. It is always a delight to see your finished projects! This one is spectacular, the fabrics you chose for the applique just adds so much depth and character alone. Yet, you went and added the most brilliant quilting that makes this quilt exceptionally spectacular! Of course, your flower quilt is beautiful also. Plus, I just get a kick out of your Iggy pictures. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day!

  13. That is truly stunning, Connie. I have loved watching it become the beauty it is.