Friday, June 19, 2015

Friday Finish -Wavy Line Quilt

 I love summertime, The kids and I enjoy spending time together and visiting family that we don't get to see nearly enough.  However, it really cuts into my crafty production time.  

I try not to stress about it too much, since these are the days they will remember when they grow up.

Wednesday was our first day of summer, and we started it off right by taking a hike with my brother and two nephews to the famous Ape Caves in the Mt. St. Helens region.  I must brag, that we really do live in a beautiful area.

But anyway, there I go chattering on.  Now back to business.  This week I finished up a super fun baby quilt for a friend of mine.

I used the Ultra-Wavy Quilting tutorial written by Better Off Thread, you should totally check it out!

I surely have some tension issues to iron out, I see my fabric pulls a little here and there, but I believe that I can iron all of these issues out with practice.

I used the grey chevron as the backing, and mixed it up on the binding with a little of each color.

As usual, I appreciate you coming by, please feel free to leave a comment, I sure do look forward to hearing from everyone, and enjoy answering any questions you may have.

Today I am linking up with Crazy Mom QuiltsConfessions of a Fabric Addict, and Richard and Tanya Quilts.  Thanks for hosting link-ups.

Have a great weekend!


  1. Hi! Your quilt and the wavy lines look great! I had a first try at wavy line quilting this week too, but on a much smaller project. I'm looking forward to having a go on a bigger project soon. Have fun with your children they grow up fast - we are trailing around university open days with our youngest, so our nest will soon be empty!

  2. Thanks so much for the great idea of quilting wavy lines - something I would never have thought of. I have checked out the tutorial you used, and printed it off for future use.

  3. Thanks for hooking us up with the tutorial you used. I book marked it for a future quilt. Your quilt came out great.

  4. I love this quilting! I am so intimated to try this method, eeekkkkkkk! You did a great job, and I really like these fabrics.


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