Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Friday, October 12, 2012
I got to quilt loops and leaves on this simple quilt;
Sunday, September 16, 2012
My son (15yo) quilted this small quilt using the auto-pilot on my Innova long arm;
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
My customer made 2 of these, this is the second one I've quilted.
Posted by Laurie at 2:50 PM
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
This is such a pretty quilt;
top thread; King Tut 909, a variegated pink thread
bobbin; so fine pink
Saturday, July 14, 2012
My customer has made 2 of these now. One for her living room and this one is destined to be a gift to someone moving away from Texas. I quilted them each the same but you could not see the quilting on the first one due to the lighting conditions when I finished. There was 15 minutes of sun today and we grabbed the camera and 2 bodies and ran out.
Mother Goose Signature cotton top thread
So Fine 404 (beige) bobbin
Friday, July 6, 2012
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
I pieced this and quilted it. A great graduation gift.
other blog. If you want to see all the posts look at the labels and click on Hawaiian.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Never, never, never try to bind a hexagon quilt this big with hexagonal shaped binding. AGONIZING.
Details on my other blog here and here and here.
I also mentioned the quilt here, here and here.
For 2 darling brothers (my grandson's) I quilted 2 quilts that were made by their Mother.
Their Mother learned how to do binding and finished them except for the label while visiting here.
These are their Christmas presents...we'll see if they stay in the cupboard until then.
Monday, May 21, 2012
I scrambled this morning trying to find 2 other bodies to help me take this picture before the owner arrives to take it home to bind.
I hope she binds it in black.
I enjoyed working on this quilt; even though I was terribly sick and could only work on it 10 minutes at a time.
Sunday, April 8, 2012
My sister and her grandchild worked together on this quilt; they stenciled Chinese characters and words over the blocks. I wanted to quilt earth, fire, wind and water on this quilt but it took me a long time how to figure out how to do 'earth'. I finally chose to do contour lines as if a topographical map in one corner.
Can you tell which is Wind? Fire? Water? Earth?
(Forgive the lint but my photoshop skills are not up to getting rid of them.)
Isacord top and bottom.