Turkey Tracks: October 25, 2018
Vicki Fletcher’s Mt. Battie Modern Traveling Quilt is Done!
Wow! Vicki’s Traveling Quilt—a project last year for the Mt. Battie Modern Quilit Guild—came out so pretty!
It’s the FIRST of these quilts to be finished.
To remind, those of us who took on this challenge started with one block. We each made a little book or set of instructions telling everyone what we liked and disliked. Then, as each of us got the developing quilt, we added to it, using the original information and what other people had done. Gradually, the quilts began to come together along their journey. There were eight of us, and the project took about 18 months.
Here’s a closer view:
Stacy Hallowell at Mainely Sewing, owned by Marge Hallowello, quilted the quilt. I really like the choice of the Bishop’s Fan for this veryl modern quilt.
The backing choice is awesome! And the royal blue binding is just perfect.
Vicki also just finished this quilt for a family member. We held it sideways so it would not get dirty.
Stacyl quilted this one, too. Love the circles!
And look at this great backing! It’s perfect for this quilt.
2 thoughts on “Turkey Tracks: Vicki Fletcher’s Mt. Battie Modern Traveling Quilt is Done!”
Will call tomorrow afternoon if that’s OK.
Great job Vicki