our grand daughter up graded to a big girls quilt, and asked me to make a quilt for Nonnies Princess! This is what I designed for her, she got to pick her colors, she wanted with fabric Nonnie had in stock.She then decided she wanted three pillows to match.
One of our guest rooms has a double bed and also a twin bed. I made this Dresden flower wall hanging to go over the twin bed. If you look in my projects you can see the double bed and that wall hanging. The quilt is made from the Serendipity 1 pattern. I used the lights to make the scrappy 4 patch border. I used Soho Chic by Sandy Gervais.
I Needed something to cover an electric box in one of the guest rooms. This pattern by Sandy Gervais was perfect. I enlarged it to 145% and added the four-patch border. The fabrics are also from Sandy Gervais called Soho Chic. The quilt is Serendipity 2 the cast offs from the twin bed quilt. All I'd did was to sash each block to make the quilt larger to fit a double bed.
Our niece was having a baby girl so I made this quilt pattern. I used Wyndham Basic Pastels. I made two flannel receiving blankets and a couple of burp cloths and a cute zipper bag for short trips that has a see-through front and a detachable handle. Having the babies name embroidered was a cute addition. The pattern is called Lemonade Lillipop. I also used a soft pale Lavendar minky on the back. The cute flowers with hearts quilting is just so cute!
This is a quilt I quilted from a preprinted panel from PatternJam. I had not used one before and I had trouble doing free motion on my machine. I changed the needle, cleaned it, repeatedly changed the tension and it still wouldn't quilt properly. My mother suggested that it might be the fabric. I think she was right. I had not washed it before making it into a sandwich and I tried quilting with my Pfaff IDT, and it worked much better. I have another panel that I have created and printed at PatternJam and I washed it today before quilting and it is much softer and I think, more pliable to be quilted.
My Grandmother thought me to quilt. We made this together, but many years apart.She started it when my Dad was a very small boy, I finished it when he was 56. She is still with us but we've been told not for long. I Love Her So Very Much. She hand pieced her part using feed sac threads.
I started this as a fun game with my daughter to see who could finish there craft first.(she was arm knitting a scarf). I then decided that I wanted to give it to a friend and coworker haveing her first child. So I backed it with a very soft emoji print fabric.