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A Very Feathery, “Crown Royal” Quilt

Customer Quilts | May 15, 2015 | By

I put off doing this quilt for a LONG time! I just couldn’t figure out the quilting. Well, it was worth the wait and sometimes you need to sleep a lot of nights to come up with a design!

Luckily, the maker is a good friend of mine and she was patient! She is also a feather lover, so I went a little overboard with the feathers, but I think it worked! I used gold Glide thread to blend well with the gold of the Crown embroidery.
If you look closely, you can see the crowns in the fabric. They fit perfectly with the theme!
Now, maybe the best part about this quilt is the title. Together we named this, “Don’t Drink and Sew!” We had quite a laugh when we saw that two pieces were turned wrong. Can you see them? What else can you do at this point! No matter, still a beautiful quilt!!

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    Ann
    May 23, 2015

    Beautiful feathers. Congratulations on a lovely finish.

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    Rachel
    January 21, 2016

    Absolutely gorgeous! I have committed to making one of these for my brother-in- law this year. Can you tell me what pattern you used? I cannot in my wildest dreams come up with this pattern.

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      [email protected]
      January 21, 2016

      Hi Rachel, thanks! It was a customer quilt, but I’ll see if I can find out where she got the pattern.

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    Cathy
    February 1, 2016

    Absolutely beautiful quilting!! Where did you find the material with the crowns if you don’t mind my asking. It goes so perfectly. I saw someone asking about the pattern. It is called the Friendship Star and is a fairly easy pattern. It is half square triangles but how you place them makes the pattern.

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      [email protected]
      February 1, 2016

      Thanks Cathy! It was a customer quilt and I think she found the fabric in our local fabric store, Sarah’s Fabrics, in Lawrence, KS. A fabulous store, BTW!!! Thanks for the pattern name. I will pass that along to the person who had asked! Thanks!

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