I am delighted to present this vibrant wall hanging called Sunset Dahlia which will be raffled online to benefit Bullington Gardens in Hendersonville, NC. The quilting is hand guided free motion and ruler work by machine. Quilt measures 42 inches wide x 43 inches long. The quilt is made of high quality quilting cotton fabric with a printed dahlia on the front, with individually quilted petals in a variety of designs. There are four color changes for the front of the quilt, matching the fabric colors. The backing and binding fabric is bright yellow 100% cotton, with cotton batting. The invisible wood slat hanging design means only two small nails in the wall. Proceeds from the sale of this quilt will benefit Bullington Gardens.
Detail of the lower right. You can see the orange in the center, transitions to yellow.
Detail of lower left, green transitions to blue on the edge.
Detail of upper left, individual quilting patterns define each petal.
Detail of upper right.
Detail of center.
Detail of the hanging system, there is also a loop in the center to hold the wood slat.
The backside of the quilted art piece showing the quilting and single color thread in the bobbin.
Overall of the back side, prior to the center loop addition.
Raffle tickets are $10 each, buy yours HERE. Ticket sales end September 30, with the announcement of the winner on October 2. I’ll be drawing the winner myself, so everyone at Bullington Gardens are eligible to win just like anyone else. The quilt will ship free if the winner is out of the area, so buy your chance now! See the quilt in person at Beginnings Quilt Shop, 1038C Greenville Hwy, Hendersonville, NC 28792 during August. See the video of the drawing on Bullington’s facebook page.
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