I finally finished one of the projects I have in the works. A pillow made with the fast technique that is fusible raw edge applique.
Just in time to enter it into the “2014 Pantone Quilt Challenge”; so here is my 16” pillow.
I love this design I made a few months ago; at first I thought to make a miniature quilt then I changed my mind; the 3D look is more visible on a pillow.
I love that I found in my Kona stash so many assorted colors!
The quilting ? Feathers that fill each piece – so easy, nothing to mark!
The back with a velcro closure.
It’s hard to stop at one! I have to finish one more! Different color palette, different quilting. Stay tuned!
Here is the other pillow I made with the same design.
Geta es precioso tu cojín!!! me encantan los colores de las telas y el acolchado es maravilloso. Un beso
Absolutely outstanding pillow! The quilting is out of this world fabulous!
love the pillow design and the quilting…just beautiful….
how about the name…
Hex gone crazy…..
Gorgeous layout! My suggestion for name: The Evening Stone
Kamila @ Work-With-Patches says
What a beautiful pillow!!! I just love the pattern and the feathers on it.
Greetings from Poland
Patchwork and Play says
Your quilting is amazing! What about Amethyst Star for a name?
wow I can't say anything else 😀
Anna O.Nilsen says
Beautiful pillow with my favorite colors.
I love the colours, the pattern and your quilting!! Beautiful
The colors, placement, and quilting have made for one awesome pillow. It is absolutely beautiful. Adore the fabrics you chose for it. Beautiful quilting.
Your pillow is beautiful! I love the simple complexity. It reminds me of artists like Pablo Picasso from the cubism art movement. For a name maybe 'Avant-Garde'?
Lisa E says
Beautiful work (as usual)!
Afton Warrick says
The pillow was an excellent choice for this block. I don't know what to call it either, but it looks like some of the other comments have great ideas. Your feathers are great! I'll have to try that quilting technique for filling in triangles. I'm surprised it was raw edge appliqué. I would not have been able to tell it wasn't pieced had you not confessed.
A gorgeous pillow! The pattern you've incorporated reminds me of gem facets, amethyst in particular. Maybe that could inspire a name?
Purple flashes, purple diamond, purple twist?
Wonderful pillow, perfect quilting, Stunning!
Beautiful quilting as usual, how about Octagon Star.
Wow, ein wunderschönes Kissen und tolles Quilting. Perfekt!
Liebe Grüße Heike
Liv Aagots Quilteblogg says
Your pillow is awresome, I love it!!
Gorgeous design and colours. Your work is always perfection.
Beautiful! A gem. Amethyst gem.
Your pillow is beautiful and more amazing with your quilting. First thought on seeing the pillow was "Angle Delights" . Thanks for sharing such beautiful work. Judy C in NC
HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n says
Beautiful! Love that look. It made me think of a Sunset Prism.
I would call this pattern " Facets"
Your pillow is Magical! You should call it " Once Upon a Dream "
I like all the names suggested by Lisa E and the 5 before my comment. My first thought was Feather Dream (Lydsfire also likes Dream) or Feather Flight.
It is pretty. Great quilting!
Love it and love the quilting. I looked and looked but no great name suggestions came to me. I'm sure you will find the right one though.
Adrianne @ On the Windy Side says
Wow Geta – this is stunning, and I especially love the quilting! Thanks for playing along with the Pantone Quilt Challenge!
This orchid pillow is totally gorgeous! You put together the fabrics in such a beautiful way… and "quilt it to into life."
How about "Geta's Gem " ?
Wow! Absolutely stunning! The quilting is great!
Love the pattern and amazing quilting!
It reminds of of swirls with the feathers you added.
Yay for you entering the Pantone Challenge. I did too, but I can already see that I'm beat! So many neat designs out there, and yours is fabulous. Love your quilting, as always. I hope a name for this becomes clear. It looks "fractured" to me.
What a gorgeous design!! I don't have any suggestions for the name, but I love the way the shapes get more intricate as the progress towards the outside. Beautiful! Also a lovely choice for your back fabric as well. 🙂
Elizabeth Dackson says
You're making me appreciate purple in ways I didn't know were possible! Gorgeous, gorgeous pillow cover, you picked just the right shades of purple for this project!