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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
So not much quilting going on. I have been working on the quilt for my son; lots of mustaches to finish buttonholing.
And I got this embroidery finished up.
I just might have enough energy this afternoon to finish up some binding.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Here's a few quilts that I recently quilted for
Hamels Quilt Store
A cute Canadian themed quilt.
This lovely quilt. I might have to buy this kit.
I just had to quilt it with feathers.
And a similar colour theme for this next one.
This one I quilted with
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Short and Sweet
It's been a busy week in the
this week. I have managed to get this cute quilt quilt done for Joyce.
And this one for Carol.
Both were quilted with
Now I'm off to spend the day training a friend on her longarm machine. Enjoy your day!
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Have you made a
jelly roll road race quilt?
They are such fun and quick quilts to put together. Recently I quilted two for Linda.
Such a striking quilt.
This one was quilted with
Linda's second quilt,
To stay with the quilts tropical theme, we went with the pattern
Have a great day!
Monday, October 13, 2014
We had our dinner yesterday so today I get to play.
Hope all my readers have had a lovely weekend.
Saturday, October 11, 2014
A long awaited finish
When my son and daughter in law were here last week, I finally got to give Erica the quilt I made for her for her parents.
Such lovely fabrics. With the toile that Erica picked out, I knew that an Irish Chain quilt was the perfect choice.
I went with the pantograph
to go with the softness of the fabrics.
Next up? Erica fell in love with a quilt that
had just finished. So a quick trip to the fabric store and we came home with these
I promised her the quilt by Christmas. Stay tuned!
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Back to Work
Had a lovely week visiting with my son and daughter in law from Calgary. They went home yesterday and I got back to work.
First up, this lovely quilt by Jackie.
We kept the quilting simple with a meander.
And by Sharon
We went with
to soften up the lines.