Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Levens Hall Quilt

The original Levens Hall quilt (c.1708) has been quilted in a red cross-hatched grid, about 1/2" all over.  My quilting, also in red thread, is cross hatched about 1 1/2" all over.  Crosses, octagons and lozenge shapes have been fussy-cut to showcase special fabrics.
Detail of the panel of squares in the border


  1. Hello Brigitte,

    the Quilt ist so beautiful. Your quilting is perfect.

    Greetings Manuela

    1. Thank you Manuela! Quilting in red thread was fun ... You can really see the stitches and realize how many stitches there are!

  2. Hello there. I have made several quilts using EPP and I love it. I always take my hexies with me : )

    Your book is one I must add to my library. So inspiring.

    1. Yes Carla.. Hexagons are so portable.. I always have a little bag with me. You can order the book from: www.quiltmania.com
      I hope you enjoy it and send me pictures of anything you make from the book so I can post them


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