My daughter wanted to make pot holders. We didn't want to free motion quilt each one individually so we made 36 blocks using the inner portion of one of Jenny's blocks. We sewed them into a 6 block x 6 block quilt top with no boarders and put it on the longarm with a wide back, a layer of 80/20 cotton batting, and a layer of metalized reflective batting. My daughter used a pantograph to do the edge-to-edge quilting. When finished I cut the blocks apart and added the binding to the 36 blocks. 18 of the blocks were squared to 11 1/2 inches square and 18 were cut and squared to 10 inches square.
I saw this Cozy Quilt Designs pattern on YouTube and loved the way the blocks looked. I am showing the quilt on the longarm because the quilt was sold before I thought to take a picture of it. I finished another quilt top for this patern with rainbow colors and a black background and will post it once quilted. This was my first effort doing my own edge to edge quilting.
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 made this quilt for my son's girlfriend. Together 5 years, and they broke up 3 weeks before I got this finished :( But she's getting it anyway because she is like family. I used Jennie's Piece Out pattern from Block Magazine Fall Vol 3 Iss 5. Fabrics - Kaffe Fassett jelly roll & yardage. Measures 60 x 72. Julie, my wonderful longarmer quilted this one.