Taking a break from quilt and sewing projects and doing a few things on my embroidery machine. Here is a nice Christmas pillow that will surely come in handy for a gift for someone. I did put a zipper in the back so item can be washed if necessary.
I just finished hand binding this Blue Northcott Reindeer Sparkle pattern quilt. This is the fifth of eight quilts that I quilted on my friend's longarm in Florida. I made this a long time ago. It had wavy borders, so my first experience at easing borders in on a longarm ;-) I'll gift this one to my daughter. Her favorite color is blue too. I bought three of these panels. This is the second one finished. 53.5" x 71.5"
I liked Jenny's Thanksgiving quilt and I thought it would look great using my leftover fabric from a large quilt I made with Moda's Modern Neutrals, so I downloaded the pattern and got to work on 'Mt. Scrapmore'. I like how it turned out: a modern take on American tradition.
This has been in my to do items for a bit. Decided it was time to finish and have it ready for this Christmas season. It is a printed panel. I just put together with light quilt batting and turned the right sides out and closed up small turn hole on the bottom. Hand sewed a sleeve on the back and had a rod that fit perfect. I quilted around the window and the holy family and angel only. Back is a dark sky blue with glitter that looks like millions of stars.
This Halloween gem of a Spooky Vibes fabric collection by Wilmington Prints makes good use of Crayola Smashed Pumpkin yardage as an accent and Chilled to the Bone black & white yardage by Northcott in the border. I fussy cut the black cats, since dismembered cats are just too spooky for me! I really love the choice of Anne Bright's "Ghostly" by my longarm quilter for the edge-to-edge design.