Made this quilt for my son and his wife for Christmas. The pattern is called All Wrapped Up and is in Missouri Star BLOCK magazine, Holiday Volume 1, Issue 6. I used a layer cake 10” square, and fabric by the yard. The quilt was machine quilted by MSQC. It went together quickly. One layer cake makes two quilts. Quilt has green and white striped binding.
Update: I quilted with Urban Elementz Nemesh's Feather Grande design. I sewed the binding on and took to neighbor's house just in time to be loaded on the moving truck. ---- This is the fabric I picked out for my neighbor's son to piece a quilt while he was home from school because of virus (if he wanted to make one). His two sister's pieced their quilts and I quilted them (posted earlier). He didn't piece it. The family is moving away for a couple years for work, at the end of the month. I decided to make him this quilt. I used the charm on point pattern for the middle (8 x 16 squares), I placed the same fabric on the diagonal cut line, so the outer triangles would be the same fabric (same as border fabric). I added LeMoyne Stars (Lemon stars) to the top and bottom to make it a rectangular quilt. I had some charms left from the 4 charm packs that I had of Wilmington Essentials Sapphire Sky (Beautiful fabric), so I made four patches for the sides. 75" x 87"
Jenny's Christmas version of the Starstruck quilt was the perfect pattern for my second quilt! Instead of making 1 king size with 1 lap size, I made 5 lap size quilts!! This is the first one!! This was my first attempt at Free Motion Quilting on my domestic machine. Its "rustic" so you may want to look with only 1 eyeball. ;)
I was asked to make a Christmas-themed camper wall hanging. After completing the 18" square quilt, the gal asked for three more, and wanted them all connected into one large hanging. What a task! And I had only 4 weeks to complete it. She was happy, I am happy, and wiser. I'll start my "ask-fors" further in advance from now on. Whew!
I made this quilt to put out after Christmas and for Valentine’s Day. The pattern is from the MSQC and made from fabric by the yard. It is my first attempt at piecing a backing which turned out to be quite a project in itself. It goes together pretty fast. It was machine quilted by the MSQC.
My friend/neighbor made this lovely needle turn applique Easter quilt top ten years ago, but never finished it. She asked if I would quilt it for her. I added the three borders and selected a lovely floral print for the backing from my stash. I quilted it with a Tulip pattern on my longarm. 55" x 57"
I saw, I fell in love, and I sewed! I saw the hexagon video using the Daisy Grace template and had try to make a Christmas Tree skirt (thank you Natalie). I have been wanted a tree skirt for the past few years and just couldn't bring myself to buy one and was scared to try to sew one...until now!
Made this quilt for my son and his wife for Christmas. The pattern is called All Wrapped Up and is in Missouri Star BLOCK magazine, Holiday Volume 1, Issue 6. I used a layer cake 10” square, and fabric by the yard. The quilt was machine quilted by MSQC. It went together quickly. One layer cake makes two quilts. This quilt has red and white striped binding.