May 29, 2012

Picket Fence in Spring Quilt is Finished!

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I've finally finished my Picket Fence in Spring quilt, three months after I originally showed her to you in this post!  I did not put any borders on her, so she finishes up at 48" square.  
Today is such a beautiful day to take pictures of a fresh spring quilt!


Picket Fence in Spring is quilted in an allover, fairly dense meandering loop on Mrs. Singer, my vintage 1896 Singer 31-15 machine.  She crinkled up nicely in the wash!  

Her backing is just as pretty as the front!


Here you can see the depth that washing brings to the quilting.


Quilt Stats:
  • Name:  Picket Fence in Spring
  • Pattern:  My own.
  • Fabric Top, Backing and Binding:  Top quality quilt-shop fabric from a variety of designers, Urban Chiks, Holly Holderman, Lecein, etc.
  • Size:  48" square.
  • Binding:  Double layer attached completely by machine for long-term durability.
  • Batting: Warm and Natural 100% cotton.
  • Quilting:  Allover fairly dense meandering loops in white polyester thread on my vintage 1896 Singer 31-15 retrofitted to a quilting frame.
  • Value:  Adorably sweet!
This quilt has sold, but you'll find more like it in my Etsy shop!

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5 comments :

Dora, the Quilter said...

This is such a happy quilt!
And isn't it so much fun to quilt on treadles!

Mrs.Hearts said...

@ Dora,
Mrs.Singer is an electric machine with a speed regulator attached. She has been retrofitted onto a quilting frame. She does not have a treadle.

Mrs.Hearts

Connie said...

Looks beautiful, congrats on a great finish! Gotta love the old machines, Mrs. Singer has a speed regulator???? Thanks for sharing!
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Mrs.Hearts said...

@ Connie,
Mrs.Singer has a variable speed regulator which is not a stitch regulator. It keeps her sewing at a steady speed; whether that be very slow or VERY fast. It is still up to me to move her smoothly to keep the stitches the same length.

You can read more about Mrs.Singer at this post:

http://busyhandsquilts.blogspot.com/2010/10/vintage-long-arm-quilting-machine.html

Mrs.Hearts

the Long ladies said...

Absolutely beautiful!! We just love it. You do a fabulous job mixing collections!
xox the Long ladies