Today I posted this quilt off to Sydney, ready to be published in the Quilters Companion magazine later in the year.

Unfortunately I can only show you the back.

The quilt is lovely and made from fabric in the gorgeous Verna range. You can see some of it in the pieced backing.

The whole thing is  soft and delicate, quilted in feathers, appliqued with flowers, but you’ll just have to take my word for it.

I know that someone special has seen it and she thinks it’s lovely!

That’s good enough for me…

**Off to the side is Pip, helping out by holding the quilt up so that I can photgraph it. Unfortunately he held his bottom a little too close to the side of the quilt and I wasn’t able to edit him out. He is very helpful…


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18 responses to “Un-revealing

  1. aunty evil

    Goes to show. I thought it was really nice, even before I read that it was the back view!

  2. Tracey – I could lick the back of that quilt – it is so so pretty ..

    well lick might be a bit strange but you know what I mean…

  3. modernjax

    As usual, the quilting looks AMAZING!

  4. M

    Wow, and that’s the back! The front must be amazing.

  5. Beautiful colors. So soft.

  6. Stunning, even from the back.

  7. Such talent! If the back looks like that I can only imagine how wonderful the front looks!

  8. You are such a tease! When are you showing the front of your quilt on your blog?!

  9. I like the back too. Do they ever publish photos of the backs in the magazines too?

  10. If that’s the back I can’t wait to see the front. (Eventually)

  11. This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing your wonderful blog. Check out the American Quilter’s Society blog at: http://www.aqsquiltnews.blogspot.com/

    Keep up the beautiful quilting!

  12. Candy Glendening

    Woot! Congrats! And the back looks fab – can’t wait to see hte front!

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