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Here is a lone star quilt I quilted for a client. Here are some ideas I had for doing the corners. Client wanted some sort of feather in them.
Here is a twister heart quilt for a client. Had fun quilting it with swirls and hearts with a ribbon curls border. Don’t think I’ll ever do a twister quilt, just does not inspire me.
Our son brought home a kitten he found on the streets. She didn’t have a collar and wasn’t chipped. His girlfriend is allergic so we took her in. She reminded me of my favorite Starbucks drink (Double chocolate chip crime … Continue reading
Just a row of leafs. Quilted a different filler around each one.
Fun quilt with a few challenges. Like how it turned out.
Had a great time with this one. Loved her appliqué in the border and wanted to do something special. Extended the pattern out into the border, really love how it turned out.
Customer Batic quilt. I love it when customers let me play on their quilts. I do ask some questions so I get a feel for what they want. This customer wanted a bright electric color thread so it would show … Continue reading
Remember tri-Chem (I think that is the name if it) paints? They were paints in tubes that were popular to make tea towels, etc in the 70’s I think. Anyhow a client used them to color these Hawaiian kids and … Continue reading
Had a really fun quilt I did recently for a new client. Some backgrounds I knew what I wanted to do, with others I looked at online coloring pages to give me ideas.
Llama wallhanging I made for a friend. Used my couching foot and chenille yarn for the llama and then did the thread outlining and used Inktense colored pencils to add some color to it. This was my inspiration.