Friday, July 6, 2018

Harrison Rose Finished

Congratulations to Michelle for her wonderful finish of her quilt, Harrison Rose.

Michelle gave permission to share this photo of her finished quilt on a king sized bed. Yes, many early appliqué antique quilts were very large!

Beautiful Quilt!
Beautiful Room!

We are so honored Michele used our pattern!

Michelle hand appliquéd and hand quilted her quilt.

She used all solid fabrics.

She chose to run her straight line quilting through the appliqué.

She used the feathered wreath motifs included with the pattern in her quilting.

She used Hobbs Heirloom batting.

The border is quilted in coral colored thread, the main center of the quilt is quilted in cream thread.

She used a "straighter" feather motif in the border than the one included with the pattern.

She also changed the color pallet of the applique, making the quilt "her own" - adding her own choices!

Didn't she do a wonderful job?
She's created a beautiful heirloom!

Happy Stitching,
Our Harrison Rose Pattern is available HERE.
Read more about Harrison Rose HERE.
See other Harrison Rose finishes HERE and HERE
If you have a finish you would like to include, please us know!


  1. That really is an awsome quilt! Love 💓💓it!

  2. Already had the utmost pleasure of seeing this beauty on facebook... I love everything about it: the colors, the design ofcourse and especially the quilting! What a great idea to quilt straight lones through the motifs! Michelle is genius.

  3. Absolutly gorgeous. Michelle's hand quilting is fabulous. It will be a family treasure.

  4. What a gorgeous quilt!! The handquilting is to die for! Triple lines! That's a lot of fabulous stitches :0) It's a beautiful pattern and it tempts me but I have to finish Radical Rose first.

  5. This is such a magnificent finish! I am in awe.

  6. She created an heirloom. It is gorgeous and I admire her techniques and patience. Congratulations.

  7. Thank you for sharing this - Michelle’s quilt is wonderful and the handquilting is truly inspired!

  8. This has always been a favorite pattern of mine! So pretty!


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