This is a very special quilt for a very special boy. I used black Glide thread and the Bauhaus pantograph (because it reminded me of how a small boy drives his toy cars on the floor). I don’t know if he is going to use the quilt on his bed or on the floor to play on, but it looks like he likes it.
Rosalie made this beauty for her grand-daughter. When I saw it, it just reminded me of the colours of spring. I used white glide thread and E2E design Swirl ‘N Twirl
Rosalie made this beautiful quilt for her son and daughter-in-law. They both share a love of skulls and wanted a skull theme for the quilting. As luck would have it, I found a neat skull themed pantograph called Sugar Skulls and they loved it.
Here is another quilt top that I volunteered to do the FMQ. I used an e2e design called Malachite because I think it complements the piece. Another reason I chose this designs because bargellos are made up of many small pieces and I wanted a design that has stitching close together to catch as many seams as possible.
I love this quilt that was pieced by members of my guild. I’m sure some child will be thrilled to receive it. I used edge to edge design Double dutch and I think it works perfectly with the piecing.
I continue to offer my longarm quilting services to Quilts of Valour.
There are some beautiful asian prints in this quilt so I decided to use an E2E design called Haiku to complement them.
I used E2E design “Double Dutch” and white glide thread. This quilt is unique in that it is double sided so I needed to choose a free motion quilt design that would work with both sides.
Here is a close up of the FMQ.