Waterfall Chevron Quilt

I had such a good time watching this quilt evolve and I am immensely grateful for the experience.  When Diana McClun told me she wanted to make a quilt for me with my first fabric collection I was pretty excited to say the least.  I learned SO MUCH watching this project take shape and communicating with Diana and Laura at times through the process.  I watched one of their quilting video’s during this period, and am still slowly making my way through their first book, Quilts, Quilts, Quilts.

And I am as surprised as some of you that with this experience I have officially been bitten by the quilting bug and have started sewing again, armed with a hand me down Jenome from my late mother-in-law.  Diana is amazing and I am grateful for her mentorship as she certainly is that for me, and also for her friendship. A gift to be sure.

And very cool that their quilt is featured in McCall’s Quilting’s July/August Issue in stores now.   They are also all very nice there!

How does one really capture the real feeling of a quilt through photographs?  Well, I will be spending a lot of time trying to find that out in the next few years.  Here are some of my first attempts with this quilt that I will always treasure.

Diana McClun and the “Waterfall” chevron quilt by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes, quilted by Creative Quilting

8 thoughts on “Waterfall Chevron Quilt

  1. I agree with Wendy that this is my favorite so far. It might have to do with Diana’s involvement. She looks fabulous too! What a great combo you 2 make. Have fun quilting too! I can totally see you getting into it.

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  2. I want one! I think this is my favorite Tokyo Rococo project so far, with that round pillow a close second. Worthy of McCall’s fer sure. Keep an eye on this rising star!

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  3. How wonderful to work with the inspirational Diana McClun! Love the quilt : on trend chevrons, softened by the color palette and floral pattern.

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