Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Sunset in Santa Fe



I finished this quilt a few days ago. I took a class from Deb Karasik at Quilt Camp in the Pines in July, and this was what she taught. All of the spikes are paper pieced, so it isn't quite as hard as it looks. But still - it's probably one of the more difficult quilts I've ever done, and I'm really proud of how it turned out. I quilted it myself too.

Deb called it Arizona Sunset, but I bought all of the fabrics for it in a wonderful quilt shop in Santa Fe, so I had to call mine Sunset in Santa Fe. I'm entering this in the Oklahoma Winter Quilt Show in January, so wish me luck!

3 comments:

maggi said...

A beautiful quilt Cheryl. Good luck at the show in January, it deserves to do well. How is it quilted?

Teresa said...

Oh wow...that is very pretty. Good luck in the quilt show, not that you will need it with a quilt that beautiful!

Pam said...

Good luck on your quilt show entry. The quilt is lovely and the name fits it perfectly.