|Bouncy Ball by Cathy Tomm|
This week is Quilt Canada and it is in Halifax N.S.. I got a quilt finished and entered in the Canadian National Juried Show back in February this year. The show opened to the public yesterday (I forgot) so now I can show you my quilt. I named it Bouncy Ball. Only my quilt is going to the show not me. I am home on soccer duty.
Artist statement: My Dog and I have discovered the joy of competitive agility together. Our new found passion, that is as fun and fast as a bouncy ball. His favorite toy to train with is a Hol-ee Rooler, a ball with large holes made in a rainbow of colours. I chose the traditional block, the Greek Square, to convey the round ball shape with its many holes. Pieced with scraps and freehand quilted on my long arm machine. Hol-ee Roller is a resisted trademark of the J.W. Pet Company, Inc.
Width 72" and Height 96"
I used a wool batt and did lots of different quilting patterns on it. I have not hear if it won any prizes, I have a few friends at Quilt Canada so I think they would have told me if I had gotten any. That is OK. I have gotten many prizes in the past years. I think this was my 12th year I have quilts at the Canadian National Juried Show. Friday night update: my friend Kathy says she saw a ribbon on it today. Now to wait and see what. Thanks Kathy
Now some of you in blog land maybe thinking 'did I see you start this'. Yes. I did a few blocks in January and February for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2012. I was loving it so much I keep sewing and did the quilt very very quickly. I may have to add this to our Saturday Scrap links that we do each week.
Just a sample of some of the quilting I did.
|Lex and Cathy getting there Agility Dog of Canada title.|
Congratulations on the quilt and on the agility event. You are one busy gal! Love the rainbow colors and how you pieced the blocks from lots of different fabrics -- simply wonderful!ReplyDelete
The quilt looks amazing! Congrats for having it entered in a juried show. Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration! And Lex looks very proud of himself - as he should be!ReplyDelete
... both the quilt and the ribbon!!!
Your quilt looks amazing...I love it!ReplyDelete
I love how your quilt came out and the quilting is amazing.ReplyDelete
Congratulations indeed for the big red ribbon I saw hanging on it here in. Halifax.ReplyDelete