Monday, December 2, 2013

Tiny Trees Hiding in the Snow

I finished up the Tiny Trees quilt top and set out to get it quilted.  It was on my list of unfinished items that I was sure I could get done this weekend.

So, I pressed my backing, found some white batting and set about getting it all loaded into the long arm.
Yet again, I show that I have an unhealthy love of the swirl.  The first few were a little tentative, but I think the swirl was the right thing to do for this quilt.
I kept going until I filled in all the background with little swirls.  I like to think it looks like snow flurries.
See how the swirls make the little trees just pop off the surface of the quilt?
While the front looks like little flurries, the back looks like a blizzard!
This coordinating red is what I have for the binding.  I'll update once I get the binding finished.  I will be breaking my own rules and hanging this one on my wall for the holidays. 


  1. What a joyful quilt! The swirl do sing! I need to try some of those sometime in the future:)

  2. Very cute and festive trees! The quilting looks great.

  3. What a great quilt. I love the quilting, looks like a wind blown snowing day in the forest :)

  4. Hi Becca! I love your quilt! Trees are so cute with freat colours and the background fabric is beautisul! Quilting is just perfect! I wish I had chosen other fabric for the trunks. x Teje

  5. Looks beautiful and love the quilting you did!! Thanks for sharing.
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  6. I love the quilt Becca and also the quilting.
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

  7. The swirls definitely give a snowy effect - lovely work!


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