So how could this unique escape become even more spectacular . . . ???
How about the addition of two custom made quilts that have found new homes in one of the original family cabins in the town of Waterton.
The first quilt is from the pattern "Colorado Log Cabin" by Eleanor Burns. It's made with a selection of blues, greens, rusts and beige batiks. I quilted it using two layers of Hobbs 80/20 using a combo of freehand swirls and feathers in the borders. . . . . I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
How's that for some quilty eye-candy!
The next quilt has to be one of the most challenging - and therefore fun - quilts that I have ever tackled. . . . check back a few posts to see where it started out ( TAOS ). It is made from a selection of beautiful batiks, using the pattern "Taos" by Chris Hoover of Whirlygig Designs. It is also quilted with two layers of Hobbs 80/20 batting using a freehand swirl design. Don't you just love the way the two layers of batting add that little extra to the quilting?
|TAOS - backing|
Waterton National Park is definitely more beautiful . . . wouldn't you say??