Blogger’s Quilt Festival 2015: Dresden quilt

Welcome, Blogger’s Quilt Festival friends! So glad you could stop by! I am entering this 3-year-quilt-project in the Hand Quilted quilts Category and the Applique quilts Category. Stop by and vote for me!

Some words about this quilt:

A three-year-project finally finished, before the end of 2014. After so many hand quilting stitches, I accept I really miss working on it. I am planning another long-term quilting project, just to have something around to whine about.This is going to be the first quilt I will keep for our family! My only problem is that I have to wash it somehow in order to use it, and I have to wait until summertime, or else I will ruin it with such humid weather.



Quilt Process

Hand applique, hand quilted and hand-binded by me.
Quilt dimensions: 68” x 97” (172 x 246 cm)
Quilt pattern: from the “Material Obsession” book, Dotty for Dresden by Sarah Fielke.

MAterials Used

Quilt front: “Annie’s Farm stand” (Lakehouse fabrics), “Sew Cherry” (Riley Blake fabrics)
Backing: “Pam Kitty strawberries” by Pam Kitty Morning (Lakehouse fabrics)
Binding: Red polka dot cotton fabric
Batting: 100% cotton

Date made: 11.1.2012 – 27.12.2014

Read about the process of this quilt just click here.

I am nominating this quilt on the Blogger’s Quilt Festival 2015 on the Hand Quilted quilts category and the Applique quilts Category. Vote for me there!

Modern quilts by Zafiro Vaxevanidou

Zarkadia Quilting Co. is a home-based company that focuses on making special and unique quilts that hug and caress. Quilts are love, tenderness, warmth and cure. Enjoy and be inspired by this art form and know yourself in the process.

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Featuring Zafira - A Blogger's Quilt Festival Quilter!
August 14, 2015 10:32 am

[…] It is a very personal sewing hobby, every stitch counts for me, every stitch is meant for someone special. Creating something that is one-of-a-kind, and that is meant to go to a specific person is something really priceless. I am addicted to quilting for those exact reasons. 3. What is your favorite quilting tip? My favorite tip is definitely the quote that “there is no quilting police”. Even though I love accuracy and perfect geometric shapes, quilting is a form of art, that has no boundaries. Everyone has to remember that mistakes are meant to made, and that no-one, except ourselves, will ever see them. 4. What was your inspiration for your Quilt Festival quilt?  […]

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