Cozy Cobblestone

Some time ago Tierney over at Tierney Creates contacted me to ask about quilting another one of her projects. This would be the second time I would have the honor of working with her. I received her quilt called Cozy Cobblestone early in October.

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We traded information back and forth discussing thread color and stitch patterns. Tierney chose antique gold for her thread. For her stitch design she gave me permission to quilt as I saw fit. I get all excited when my customers set me free to decide. Being able to adjust my designs based upon the fabrics and quilt design is like saying I can have as much chocolate as I want. 🙂

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I had an awesome time working with Tierney’s Cozy Cobblestone. I used a variety of stitch patterns on her quilt. As you can see from the photos I incorporated both straight and curvy lines.

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Before I even started to work with her project I thought is was an absolutely beautiful quilt. I really enjoyed her use of color and the unique quilt pattern. By the time I had reached the very last row I was blown away with how much more stunning it looked. Do I should a bit excited! 🙂

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I am so pleased with the final outcome. Tierney is my dream customer. She is so easy to work with. Hopefully she will give me the opportunity again someday.

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I feel truly blessed to have the group of customers that I work with. They give me amazing projects and opportunities to expand my talents beyond my wildest imagination. Here’s to the In A Stitch Quilting customers! You are what it is all about! 🙂


24 thoughts on “Cozy Cobblestone

    1. Thank you! The thought did cross my mind but I knew she was very anxious to get it back. She shared a post showing how it looks with its brand new binding. It hangs in her home. Go check out her blog. 🙂

  1. It is a joy to take someone else’s creation and put your feeling into it. I suspect she trusts your creativity! It’s a beautiful quilt, and your quilting certainly does it justice.

  2. Hi Cindy,
    WOW – what a beautiful quilt. You have done your job well, and enhanced the quilt pattern and fabrics without the quilting being the star. That is one quilt I would like to study – all the different patterns and how you highlighted them. Like the pinwheels, with each spoke having the same quilting on it but the fabric in between going a different way. Love it! I am 100% sure your customer is over the moon with happiness. ~smile~ Roseanne

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