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"The border around the star received a lot of Asian-inspired floral applique. I love working with the bias strips, the curves distracts the eye from the bland tan. I was able to use flowers that are basically constructed from the same shape as the star is & then brought same green prints back in for leaves - all 85 of them. The butterflies are my personal favorite, a small feature to help define this as a garden. They were fussy cut & colored with sharpie pens to get the colors right"
Margaret's quilting is always spectacular. Beauty in the hands that created this beautiful quilt!
Zen Garden, made and quilted by Margaret Solomon Gunn, mainelyquiltsoflove.com More beautiful quilting!
What a beautiful quilt: the colors, the quilting, the art! WOW
Amazingly beautiful machine quilting -- Margaret's quilting is always spectacular.
Space Dust ~by Tula Pink ~ quilted, complete with propulsion engines a ladder to get in and a hidden space alien. Can you find the alien? How stinking swell is this quilt & quilting?! ♥
I LUV purple and this is totally awesome. Beautiful quilt, the colors are gorgeous and the quilting is magnificent. I wonder if I will ever get this good at quilting!!
I love this quilt! Is there a pattern available out there somewhere?
Quilt or Art? Definitely both! A quilt becomes art when its context transcends its function. With imagination, there is treasure to be harvested from all sizes, shapes, and prints in fabric! Never throw any of it away!
Zen Garden by Margaret Solomon Gunn, Gorham ME
Zen Garden by Margaret Solomon Gunn, Gorham ME | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Amazon Star, Quiltworx.com, Made by Sharleen Fields, Quilted by Margaret Solomon Gunn
Super cool quilting : ) No need for piecing!
I really like the idea of just showcasing the quilting on a solid color
I know, right? I takes some of the pressure off...
Square spiral quilting tutorial - tutorial on aligning a pieced quilt back
Triple Irish Chain quilt - i like the loops thru the center of the chain. Wonder if I am brave enough to do feathers off them. or maybe just echo them.
Judy Mathieson's "Bristol Stars" quilted by Margaret Gunn
This is my quilt entitled "Journey to the Stars" inspired by the stunning quilt "Bristol Stars" by Judy Mathieson. Margaret Gunn is an incredibly talented longarm quilter and her work brought this quilt to an exceptional level of beauty. I feel honored to have my name linked to both of these talented, creative quilters. Sue Lawson
Michelle Pettorini's quilting is AMAZING