In addition to updating the site, I've added more quilt photos to the GALLERY. You'll find them in "2017 & earlier" and also in "Guild Opportunity Quilts". Feel free to have a look around and please share with your friends!
This is a beautiful machine embroidered appliqué wall hanging. It’s a stunning work of art so the quilting was just an enhancement. I used a variegated shiny thread from Superior Threads - LAVA, Fireworks. It’s a bit hard to see in this image but it looks great on the black background. To see photos of the … Continue reading Embroidered Beauty!
I love this quilt! The pattern is from The Vintage Spool (www.thevintagespool.com) and is called Frolic. Kathleen C. does beautiful appliqué work and it is a joy to quilt for her. To see closeups of the Blocks, click here:
A really sweet quilt using a panel with added borders. Pieced by Joan M.
My quilt guild, the Carquinez Strait Stitchers (www.cssquilter.org), makes and gives a quilt top to each member on their 70th birthday. This time it was for Marilyn! The houses were made with fabric from Kaffe Fassett fabrics. Here’s a picture of the entire quilt. For more photos, click here:
A fun child’s quilt! I love the fabric - it’s bright and playful. Made by Mary Dee H. For more photos, click here:
A beautiful quilt pieced by Mary Dee H. An opportunity for me to create great texture with different designs. For more photos, click here:
A stunning quilt from Dolores using Civil War fabrics. I love the on point layout which gave me great quilting possibilities. 101 blocks, machine pieced. For more detailed photos, click here
First is Karen L’s animal quilt. It’s all appliqué using fun fabrics like corduroy and flannel. What does the fox say? Next is Dorothy G’s quilt. This was made for an auction donation. Hope it does well! I’m working on the next quilt so stay tuned!
I'm changing from a website format to more of a blogging format. My website name will be the same once my domain is transferred from my previous host to WordPress, but until then, it'll have "WordPress" in the URL. My main purpose for spending hours and days setting things up in a way that is … Continue reading A short note about a few changes…….