Heather has been at it again. Over the last several weeks she’s brought in multiple finished quilts to share with us.
In the Bow Tie quilt below Heather used the Go Baby Accuquilt Tumbler die to cut her pieces. Using her scraps of yellows and greys she has given this traditional pattern a very updated look.In the next quilt she cut hexagons from a “Happy Go Lucky” Moda honeycomb pack and the result is cheerful. What a great design to showcase these retired Bonnie & Camille prints.
Below is her Postage Stamp quilt made up of hundreds of 2″ squares from her scrap pile.
Last ‘but’ certainly not least is her cat quilt which had us all giggling. She found this freebie pattern on Pinterest and says she couldn’t not make it. Who would have guessed this would be the purpose of a fabric yo-yo! 😆
As always a big thanks to Heather for sewing up storm and bringing them into share with us all.
Our customer Patty brought in this nearly finished basket quilt. Just wow!!
The pattern is an older one that she has had for awhile and like many quilters she made a few changes. She added more flowers to the baskets and did all her applique in wool. She also added detailed beaded embellishments.
The weight of the wool applique on the cotton fabric caused the baskets to arch up from the from the background and the beautiful long arm quilting emphasizes this.
A big thanks to Patty for sharing her project with us.
Jackie came to visit the shop and brought her “Cat’s Meow” quilt along for us to see.
Much of the quilt is sewn using her embroidery machine such as the cat blocks, wording, and paw prints.
Jackie used bright batik fabrics which really makes the cats pop on the white background. This quilt in particular is for her nephew and claims it was the most fun she’s ever had making a quilt and has plans to make this one again!
The pattern is by Lunchbox Designs and can be found here.
Joanne has been at it again. Whipping up some more projects in that fabulous sewing room of hers. This time she brought in some baby quilts.
The first is a flannel quilt which features Into the Woods fabric by Maria Kalinowski.
The second quilt makes use of a Jelly Roll and in this case she used Darling Little Dickens by Lydia Nelson.
Thank you Joanne for once again sharing your quilts with us.
Jean came into the shop with her winter project. This pattern is called Butterscotch Pudding and is from a Fons & Porter magazine. This project is so well coordinated with all the earth coloured flannels you would never know it was a scrap quilt.
Thank you Jean for sharing your quilt with us.