Monday, May 30, 2011

Getting Up Close with Wave Quilting

Wave Quilting is wavy lines going up and down, including swirls.  The quilting lines look like water waves.  The photos show several examples of Wave Quilting.  This type of free style quilting looks unique for every quilt.  Some need more swirls and some need more waves.  It just depends on the quilt.  Note how different each quilt looks.  Each quilt has it own intensity of waves and swirls.  More photos in the Photo Gallery.

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Vroomans' Quilts said...

Very interesting on how a little change and amount of density makes this look on each quilt.

Belinda said...

I love all those beautiful blues! It's my favorite color. :P And of course, the quilting is unbelievable!

Miss Hillbilly said...

It is amazing how the quilting makes a difference!

Qpatches said...

OOOH that quilt is absolutely LUSCIOUS!!