Catherine Whall Smith . . . shares the BACK!

Since a lot of my hand quilting is completed using the design lines on the back of the piece, I thought I would share the back of my piece in Quilt National 2021 – “Transfusion . . . in TWO PARTS” (61H x 71W). Using the printed design on this vintage fabric I eliminated any pencil lines that might compromise the fabric. It took many months to hand quilt this piece. The enlarged image below shows the lines of hand-quilting. To see the quilt front and my video about the piece go to; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dkt7tArAL7E . Enjoy!

Note: This year The Farmington Valley Quilters, Inc. will be sponsoring Connecticut’s Hang-A-Quilt-Day on June 19th (rain date June 20th). You can participate by hanging a quilt outside your house; on your garage, clothesline, fence, tree or chair. Post a PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA WITH #CTHangAQuiltDay. I usually hang a quilt on my side porch, maybe I will hang two quilts this year! So go find that quilt and hang it!

Stay Safe . . . Smith Stitch Studio!

About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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4 Responses to Catherine Whall Smith . . . shares the BACK!

  1. jean givens says:

    This is great! Maybe you can give Sue a tour of your quilts today or tomorrow! Jeanie

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  2. Susan Knight Ober says:

    Wonderful posts Catherine, thank you. The enlarged photo of back is terrific. Your an inspiration..xxoo susan ober

  3. Susan Knight Ober says:

    Really enjoyed your talk also.

  4. Nancy Whitcher says:

    Wow and wow…Love the back of that one..Tons of hours and fine stitching.. Congratulations !!!

    Nancy

    NC Whitcher

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