A Day in the Life of a Quilted Wall Hanging

The picture below is the fabric I designed to place my Queen Anne's Lace design.

The cutting of borders begins

Yes this is my work table in all of its mid process glory!

Piecing borders and trying out colors

Trying out the pieced border changed a few times...

Final product as a table topper....or

a wall hanging!

This is the first quilt I've worked on in a very long time. It was fun to make and I LOVED getting all of my fabric out and playing. I also loved cutting a few branches from my sage bush to create the hanging rod. I left the branches wider then the quilt so it would create a natural look to the hanging.

6 reviews:

mermaiden said...

I adore this! The spider web embroidery and the echo in the lace embellishment...the branch hanger- wonderful!

Michelle said...

Looks simple adorable and each time I can see a working process I am so surprice how much work is behind Handmade, like here on yours,
Thanks for sharing!!!

MAB Jewelry said...

Rose, you amaze me, as always.

Edna / HandmadeDiva said...

I love your step by step photos and the finished project. Beautiful embroidery and patchwork. Great minds think alike, I have been planning for the longest to use some of my pecan limbs for hanging rods.

PussDaddy said...

That is so pretty.


Sew Bee It Clothier said...

What a beautiful wall hanging ~ I say that your work table looks just fine during the process....creativity will hide if not invited to be expressed in a mess!

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