Tuesday, February 4, 2014

LONGARM QUILTING #3 OF 2014

There have been a lot of dreary, cold days here lately.  The timing on this quilt was perfect.  I needed something bright and cheery and fun to look at.  I believe it did the trick.  Janie does such lovely work.  
All of her piecing is perfect.  There wasn't one point cut off of any of those flying geese and her applique is perfect too.  She really does nice work.  She told me she's going to but a scallop border on this.  Won't that look so sweet?
I quilted the posies pattern in white thread.


Linda has made several of these "Blooming Bricks" pattern.  This quilt is going up for silent auction at the Canine, Cats, and Cabernet Fundraiser for the local animal shelter.  It should bring a nice amount of money for a great cause.


The name of this pattern that I quilted on here is FB Swan Song and I used Glide sand thread.


Lane says she has had this wall hanging hanging in her sewing room for a couple of years now and decided it was time to get it quilted.  

Can you tell the flower petals are dimensional?



 Annette's mother (who is 80+ years old) made this string quilt.  She paper pieced the squares on newspaper and then removed the newspaper.  It was a little "stretchy" once the paper was removed but I worked through it.

 I quilted the pattern "sweethearts" using Glide pink thread.
Annette's mother also made this next quilt.  She told me it was for a baby boy.  I love how scrappy it is.

I quilted "Deb's Swirls" with mother goose tan thread.

This fabric cracked me up.  Isn't it funny?  

And I love this fabric too.  Wish I had some of it.... the fabric this is.  Ok, I'd take one of those cocktails too if you insist.  :)

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