Monday, 19 September 2016

Curio hexagon quilt finished at last

At long last I finished machine-quilting and binding my Curio hexagon quilt made with a jelly roll and some yardage. And just in time to give it to my friend for her birthday yesterday (phew!). She loved it! Here is a link to the Tutorial where I explain in detail how I made the quilt top.
For the quilting I stitched around the inner and out hexagons.
Here is picture of the pieced backing made from the leftovers. So basically the quilt is reversible.

4 comments:

Oops-Lah said...

Wow, what a birthday gift. She must be a really good friend! And she got two quilts in one. Maybe she can use the front in Spring and Summer and the reversed side in Autumn and Winter! I love how it turned out. Well done.

Nifty Quilts said...

It's beautiful!! You are a very generous friend. I'm sure she'll enjoy this quilt for many, many years.

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

Wow, this is an amazing finish! So much to look at, I love it!

Carolien said...

Your friend is very lucky, it's a wonderful quilt!