Monday, March 7, 2016

Perfect Pinless Pinwheels

Perfect Pinless Pinwheels is done, and she's soft and pretty!

After so much angst about how to quilt her, I decided on a pretty panto called Spring Vine.  An open design of flowers and leaves,

plus 80/20 batting, gave the quilt the desired softness and drape. On the front, Glide gold, lightly bringing out the yellow in the floral print, and on the back, Glide lilac to match the backing.

This quilt was started in a class at Road 2 California in January, and finally finished up.

A lovely pattern designed by Kimberly Einmo, it looks like a beautiful garden!

A few more closeups.

And the pretty soft purple backing has a bit of leftover parts from the front.

Happy with how this turned out - a simple design, but a great looking quilt!


  1. Beautiful! I know the struggle of trying to figure out what to quilt on your great top... I think you picked a very nice design in the end! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. It is so pretty. The colors are perfect too.

  3. I think that floral panto really works. Just beautiful!

  4. The quilting design works well! And I like how you used two different colors of thread (top and back) and you can't tell, at least not from the photo. Very pretty!

  5. Oh just like spring is around the corner...lovely!

  6. Really Nice! Love the colors!

  7. What a perfect finish as we wait for the lilacs to come on! I think the quilting is perfect, and the workmanship just shines beautifully!


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