It’s already the run up to Christmas. I am now taking bookings for after Christmas. Here’s a couple of quilts I have worked on over the last few days.
This one is Karen’s quilt …..
And this one is Sue’s Festive Whimsy …..
Only a few more to go before I can knock off for the holidays.
Just a few that I have been busy working on over the last week or so.
Here’s a couple of quilts I worked on this week.
This first one was pieced by Molly. I love this fabric collection. In fact I happen to be piecing something using this very collection at the moment, Lario by Moda.
I believe Molly pieced this quilt as a gift for her sister. I’m sure she will love this quilt.
This second quilt was pieced by Janet. It’s her first quilt. I love the colours not to mention the quilting design chosen; Come Dance With Me by Irene Steele of Timeless Quilting Designs. I had forgotten how nice this design is stitched out.
The run up to Christmas is promising to be a busy one. Here’s another quilt that I longarm quilted this week.
The Chisel Star quilt was pieced by Helen who started working on this quilt about two years ago and set it aside for a good long while before going back to it recently. It’s a rather large quilt so it’s quite understandable that she asked me to longarm quilt it for her. Helen generally hands over her quilt top and tells me to add a little magic to it. So I chose a quilting design called Exquisite by Hermione Agee and pale coffee colour thread. I love the texture that the stitching has created.
I have no doubt that the recipients of this quilt will cherish it for many years to come.
Oh yes folks. I’m slowly getting back into the groove. Here’s what I have been working on today.
This quilt was pieced by Rebecca who chose a simple swirl quilting design. The swirls stitched out using a nice fine white thread adds texture and brings the quilt to life. I’m sure Rebecca will treasure this quilt for many years to come.
I hope to be back soon with more progress reports.
Oh yes and I can’t wait to have a break. I feel like I’ve been really busy these last few months but when I’ve looked back I realise that I do a lot more than just longarm quilting. Here are a few quilts that I have worked on lately.
First let’s start with Molly’s cheerful girly quilt. This is a super quilt. Isn’t it amazing what you can make with just three different prints?
And this next quilt is Val’s Turning Twenty. The colours are lovely and soft and the Dragonflies quilting design is very popular and suits the quilt perfectly.
This next quilt is was pieced by Trish. And Trish selected the Dragonflies design as well. And it suits the Japanese fabric nicely. I used a pale gold thread which toned in beautifully on top and back as well. Trish’s quilt has a pieced backing as well but silly me didn’t get a photo of the back.
Here is Pauline’s gorgeous quilt. The fabrics are all tones of teal and just makes this quilt quite original. Teal is not a colour that I come across very often. Pauline chose a design called Bubble Meander by Designs by Vickie and I found a thread called ice blue which matches the background perfectly. This quilt turned out gorgeous.
This next sampler was pieced by Anne. This sampler is very similar to Pauline’s as both ladies attend the same quilting group. Anne chose a quilting design called Feathered Garden by Irene Steele of Timeless Quilting Designs. The design looks fantastic on this quilt.
And then I quilted a couple of charity quilts. This first one was donated by Stitchin’ Heaven. Quilting this one gave me a chance to do a bit of Freemotion Quilting. I don’t get to do that kind of work very often. These next couple of quilts have been handed over the Quilts for Comfort
And this charity quilt was pieced by my very own daughter Sarah. Sarah hand dyed these fabrics which is good experience as she will be studying textiles starting in September. It’s her very first quilt. She is currently working on another charity quilt.
Once I finished quilting Sarah’s quilt I decided to have a little play. I treated myself to another Freemotion Quilting session.
Don’t forget that you can click on the photos to zoom in. Over the next few weeks I plan on making more time for Freemotion Quilting because I thoroughly enjoyed my latest session.
Until next time,