…But not known as Clifford, the Big Red Dog Quilt… Actually it didn’t have a name so I called it Claudia’s King and Queen quilt for several reasons. It’s for a King sized bed that her husband made; a king in the rest of our minds. I mean, how many people can build and make a bed??? And, a king-sized bed at that! So, her husband is the king and she is the queen who made the quilt for their bed. Fitting, don’t you think? 😉
This first picture shows (well, sort of) how big the quilt really is. It was hanging off my design wall. You can’t see the full picture here. Why, I don’t know. But, the side borders go well beyond the sides of this picture.
And, this one is a little closer, but not much.
For Claudia’s quilt, I did pretty much the same kind of quilting I did with Judy’s family quilt. It’s an inexpensive and fun design; a way to do some allover Edge-to-Edge quilting and still sprinkle some feathers in.
I snuck a couple of butterflies in to her quilt. The long strips between the blocks on the front have butterflies in them, so I thought I’d add a “king” butterfly and a “queen” butterfly. Can you guess which is which? 😉
And, here are some shots of the front. Really, quilting doesn’t show up as much as we think it will, and, for that, I am glad. I really am okay with that, because I think the quilting should be complimentary and not overpowering.
See the butterflies in the long strips between the blocks?
If you want to see this one in person, you’re going to have to become a friend of Claudia’s. 😉