Sunday, September 27, 2009
Quilted with a digitized flower panto and a lady bug flannel back. Looks like the lady bugs are crawling around in the flowers.
Friday, September 18, 2009
I found this top in the closet, minus the last border. Don't know why is was hidden away in a bin. So I added another border, found some cute cow backing and quilted it up using hearts motif, free motion.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
I have been working on alot of binding on the quilts I have quilted. I still need sewing therapy. Or should I say machine sewing therapy. My bucket of 2.5 wide pieces that are less than 2.5 inches (Left overs from processing fabric) are sewn together into strips.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
I quilted it using my side saddle. I used a feather type panto. I'm getting more used to the spacing required in these panto's. But sometimes I have to add a little extra free quilting in between.
I was invited to a wedding of a special co-worker yesterday. This is the special gift I made for them. I also used the side saddle to quilt it. I was not happy with the center. It seemed to puffy so I remembered seeing hearts in the list of patterns I have. I used two hearts and intertwined them. Its subtle but solved my dilema.For the back I used a wedding fabric bought on e-bay. Too cute!
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
This is Joyce's Devine Quilters Library Challenge Quilt.
Our challenge was to take a churn dash, star block and snow ball and make something beautiful. Size was 36 X 48.
Here is the missing heart quilt from last nights post.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
I have many others to do and look forward to completing them. And then I'll just have to make more.
I need a name for the heart quilt... Any suggestions?
Today I went to the library to see our Library Quilt Challenge display. WOW they look great. I can only show mine as I haven't got permission to show the others. (yet) Mine was selected to be hung "alone" in the main lobby. I think it was lonely, missing the other 12 that were hung in the gallery. They did a wonderful job hanging them.
I named this quilt "Where's Home"? Lots of houses in the quilt.
Hope you enjoyed the eye candy. More next time.