Wednesday, August 15, 2012

I need a good name any one have a good idea?

Today's post brought to you by Richard


When I first started this quilt I was really worried what I would do with all the area that is not Dresden.  But I came to the realization that it would be fun to quilt in circles around the Dresden plate going in rings going outward.  Then of course reality sunk in, my snake does not really circle out but throwing caution to the wind I decided it could kind of slither out.


I took some close up's to try and show off the quilting some.  I quilted 4 rows out from each of the three Dresden's on the quilt.  The only exception to this was those area's that did not have quilting (the edges and the bottom corner) I continued doing the rows outward following the lines but not crossing any like I did on the first 4 rows.


All in all I think that it turned out wonderful.  I was worried that I did not quilt inside the Dresden's them self's enough, but my wife came home from work (her lunch break or rather Julia's dinner break) and she said its done.


So the boss says its done, so it must be done.  Here is a close up of one of the full Dresden platters.  I cant wait to go show it off at guild meeting Thursday.  So the only real question is what should I call this quilt.  I really want to win the Dresden contest and I won't if I have a lame name so help me out.

7 comments:

jjthor said...

Looks really good!

Teresa said...

I am not good at naming quilts, so I can't help you there. Maybe Gene Black can help you. He is good at that. But I want you to know it looks great!

Cal said...

Serpentine? I love what you did with the dresdens here, very cool looking!

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

I am terrible at names, but I have to say that this quilt is seriously fantastic!

Gene Black said...

Actually I think about the name as I am making the quilt (or painting)

Okay how about " The Nedred's Path"
(Nedred's is an anagram of Dresden)

Elisabetta said...

it made me think t othis name:
accordion daisies

=)

Coral said...

Unravelled?

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