Friday, July 15, 2016

Judy's Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Sunflower

Truly a puzzle for me. It is like a magic word that embodies so many incredible possibilities. 

I found this sunflower block that I made many moons ago. That made me think of how wonderful, fragile, strong, and beautiful they are. Even when they are dry and ready to feed the birds they are still beautiful to me.


The commercial piece that has the sunflowers printed on it was given to me by a special friend. She is also wonderful, fragile, strong, and beautiful. Love you!
The pieced side I chose to do echo quilting with straight lines. The commercial fabric I quilted the soft lines of the flower and leaves.
The quilting makes a pretty picture on the back.

10 comments:

  1. A unique and creative and very eye-catching quilt! I love the combining of a pieced section with a great commercial fabric. And nice quilting too!

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  2. I do love sunflowers and they are SUPER sized!!
    Love the contrast of the piecing and commercial fabric and the echo quilting looks perfect! Fun!!

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  4. Darling quilt. Nothing happier than sunflowers. Love the piecing, printed fabric, and quilting.

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  5. What could be sunnier than sunflowers? Truly a super flower. Very well composed and executed quilt

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  6. A wonderful idea, Judy, and, as usual, the free-motion quilting is perfectly executed. I LOVE sunflowers and your choice is especially "Super" for this theme! In Spain I saw fields and fields of this beautiful flower.

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  7. I love the combination of the two different flowers. The quilting is amazing. Well done

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  8. I love sunflowers. This is a wonderful quilt!

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