I’m heading to retreat tomorrow. I’ll be gone for 4 days of sewing with the Great Lakes Heritage Quilters.
I will have limited wifi but will try to check in when I can. I hope to get a couple projects finished and plan on listening to a Fanny Flagg audio book while sewing.
When I return the next quilts up are Amy’s Edge to Edge on her animal print stars quilt and Dana’s Cuppa Wooly BOM quilt.
Have a great week and I’ll try to get a few photo’s to share while at retreat.
I just met with Maralee C to pick up her quilt. It’s a gift quilt, I think that will be really loved. The quilting design is called Geometric B2B (Ann Bright is the digital designer), the batting is Hobbs Polydown, which gives a nice loft. The thread is gold. If you look closely at the second picture you can see the triangles create a star. I can see 3 different stars if I squint & use my ‘magic eyes’. The backing is Navy, my photo doesn’t do it justice. Nice quilt!!
Take a peek at Martha’s Tim Holtz quilt. I finished this late last night so I’ll get better pics when I can unload it today. The fabrics are great but very prints so it’s hard to see the quilting over the prints. The Dancing Vine can be seen on the Tula Pink backing.
Jo M made this pretty Fall Panel quilt. I love how she framed the center panel. The quilting design is Maple Canopy by Apricot Moon. She chose a burnt orange thread and the batting is Hobbs 80/20.
Sometimes it’s hard to see the quilting in photos so I’m sharing this snippet of the actual quilting design.
Judy P has made a lovely Paris quilt for her daughter. The quilting design is Wrought Iron (Jodi Beamish), Gold thread & Quilters Dream batting. The backing is a pretty green swede look fabric. Can you see the Eiffel Tower??
Here’s Maralee’s Dragonfly quilt. The quilting design is Dragon Flies E2E, lime green thread & Polydown batting. This is a really cute quilt. My photo’s do not show the quilting well but the lime thread really shows up great on the fabrics.