At long last I get to share the last grand-child's quilt! I finished this up the first week of August so I could enter it in the County Fair but had to wait for the little miss'es birthday before posting for the whole world to see (Including her).
This is all constructed of one line of fabric called 'Fairy Frost' and has the most wonderful glimmery over-printing to it. She really likes 'bling' so I selected a pattern that works up looking like faceted stones. I used 'triangulations' software and paper to construct the triangle pieces which made them go together smoothly and accurately. The main body is quilted with stitch in the ditch but I designed my own free-motion design for the outer border and stitched through thin paper which was then torn away. Those swirls were used as a guide to applying heat-set rhinestones which really brings the bling.
Here is the wide view:
And a close view of the fabrics:
And a view of the border with the bling:
As are the rest of the quilts, I'm sure this will be a big hit.
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