I am always blown away by the awesomeness of the quilts my clients bring me. This one was especially fun to quilt…
I have a friend that I had the honor of quilting a special quilt for. The pattern was JayBird Quilts “Science Fair” pattern in some gorgeous Kate Spain fabrics. I’m not sure that I’ve had more fun quilting something with such a fun concept. My client had discussed her thoughts about having the colored/patterned hexagons be quilting with straight lines and lots of structure (kind of like science class). And the remaining white would be quilted like a daydream, rising up from the structure of the science class. Such an ingenious idea for a quilting layout!
So the bottom of the quilt, close to the clustered patterned fabrics, was quilted in a lighter thread than the top, with slightly less dense quilting. The more white fabric there was, the denser the quilting got–and thread colors changed to get gradually darker towards the top as well.
And the back of the quilt had beakers pieced into it. Come on. It doesn’t get any better than that!