An Adventurous Palate – Quilt Completed

For Teaching Offspring about Good Food

I finished An Adventurous Palate yesterday, sewing down the binding, and running it through the washer and dryer, so that it has a softer, more comfortable feel.  This is machine quilted in the ditch, with additional diagonal quilting lines through the corners of the squares.  This was pieced with Aurifil thread, but quilted with Superior Threads’ King Tut, since I had one spool of it in a nice contrasting color that works well with the fruity blocks.  The green binding matches the background fabric, a batik.

I plan to deliver this today to the new grandparents.  I’m hoping it’s a big hit.

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4 Responses to An Adventurous Palate – Quilt Completed

  1. Mary Nelson says:

    How could it not be a big hit! It was made with love and given with the same. And a truly one of a kind quilt for a special baby and grandparents. Great job Jennifer!

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  3. Carole says:

    Big hit???? The grandparents think it is absolutely fabulous!!!!!! How lucky could we be!!! Thanks, Jennifer You truly are an artisan!

  4. Sheila says:

    Jennifer, it turned out lovely! The green binding adds that nice final “pop”, I am sure that baby will be warmed by your creative stitching – and will be quickly develop a “foody” vocabulary.

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