Thursday, September 6, 2012

LINK # 2

Just out of the dryer, a wrinkled Link! This time, I quilted this lap size quilt mainly in the ditch minus the corners. All quilting was done with the Davis NVF. The binding is leftover red and blue fabrics with an arrowhead decorative stitch from my Singer 224. This quilt doesn't have the spotlight rays running across Link like the mini wall quilt that I had made for my son a couple of weeks ago. The rays on this quilt extend out from the corners and end at the colored squares.

After comparing the two differently quilted Link quilts, I can state that prefer the smaller (first quilt) quilt's look with the rays across Link. I just love the abstract appearance of the quilting lines against the pixel squares since the quilting gives a feel of Link being captured. Plus, the back of the quilt has a much more interesting pattern than this quilts back.


  1. I love the polka dots on the back. What fun fabric.

  2. Where did you find a link pattern? I've been looking everywhere and no luck. My son is a zelda fan and I want to make him a zelda quilt for his 18th b-day. Thanks and I like the lap size you made better than the wall size, but that's just my opinion.

    1. I came up with my own pattern after googling Link pixel images.