Some of you may know Bea of BeaQuilter but if not, take a long stroll thru her blog. I haven't had the chance to use her longarmer skills yet, but I have enjoyed her helpful EQ skills with her Tutorial Tuesdays (no I haven't mastered it yet).
And she is, also, quite the pattern designer - a published designer as well as has some lovelies in Craftsy. I did get to test one of her newest patterns which she tells about HERE. I chose to make the large size for her - remember that month I was buried in LARGE quilts - this was one of them.
I love blocks that make secondary patterns. And depending on what fabrics, number of fabrics, and colors you use, you can get a totally different affect - you can see the different test quilts on her page.
I love the tile affect I got from using just four colors.
And I used one of our local longarmers - Ron Lower - who is one of our Quilt Guild members. He knew I was on a time frame with this one and quickly did it right up for me - gotta appreciate that service. (yes, he did my SIL's quilt too) This was the first time he used this pattern and I love it.
Thank you Bea for letting me test one of your patterns, it was a new experience for me and I ended up with a wonderful quilt.
Yes. It is a wonderful quilt. Beautifully quilted. Bea is a very talented lady.
That's beautiful and the fabrics you used are wonderful.
Sharon, you are a perfect pattern tester! Your fabrics are a perfect choice, showing the primary and secondary pattern so well, your piecing is exquisite, and I just bet you were fast! Bravo! Love the quilting too!
Thanks so much for this little introduction to long arm quilters. I have enjoyed reading both of them. I hope you have more coming.
finally, we get to see what you have been up to! What a great job you did as a pattern tester....it is wonderful. And great job on the quilting to you long armer.
well done Sharon this quilt is stunning.xx
Wonderful job Sharon. I love Bea's blog too.
Love all the different looks from this quilt on her blog....great job, Sharon!
L-O-V-E the quilt! And a lovely colour choice too! But then again I usually like everything you do Sharon! Hope the weather is good now.
So beautiful!! I was so amazed... Love it!!
Wow! That turned out great!! Love the quilting too. I soooo wish I had a long arm....oh well. :)
Nicely done. I'm constantly amazed by all that Bea accomplishes.
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