The Ann Arbor Modern Quilt Guild is participating in the Michael Miller Madrona Road Challenge. Participants made complete quilts with a perimeter of at least 120″, using fabrics from the Madrona Road line by Violet Craft, and complementing them with Michael Miller Cotton Couture Solids.
Here’s my entry! A bias-tape, machine-appliquéd design representing a gentle, loopy gear:
The quilting represents the spark with free-motion star shapes.
It all started off with this doodle:
I used a bias-tape applique method.
Check out the rest of the amazing entries from the A2MQG HERE.
6 responses to “Madrona Road Challenge: Gear and Spark”
I like the loopy gear!!
Thanks so much!
Nice quilting. I really like the bias strips — they’re crisp and set off the design well.
Thanks! This was my first bias-strip applique project on this scale. I really like the look!
You already know this, but I love the whimsy of this quilt! Nice work with the bias tape, too!
Thanks, Kris! Miss you!