Janet has always been there for my daughter and son in law for babysitting my grandkids kids. She is selfless with her time and will be there whenever needed. I made this quilt for her as a thank you for being a special great grandma. At 83 she still gets down on the floor to play. She is an amazing lady. I used Kaffee Clasics fat quarters and a white Minky for the backing. I also used a varigated orange thread for the quilting. the pattern is Double Square Star from Missouri Star.
My hubby purchased this lovely fabric collection, Gypsy Girl by Lily Ashbury, and I created this darling quilt. I love pinwheels! I didn't use a pattern for this project. I just make it up as I went along. Jenny shows a great idea on how to make fast and easy pinwheels. I machine quilted this quilt top on my Bernina 830 sewing machine that sits on a quilt frame.
I adore all of Amy Butler's fabric collections and I made this quilt a few years back with the Soul Blossom Collection. I love the simplicity of the pattern for this quilt. I have made 3 quilts using this same pattern. It was quilted by machine using my Bernina 830 sewing machine that sits on a quilt frame.
I first saw this quilt in a magazine. I cannot remember which magazine but I loved making this quilt project and I used my leftover scrap fabrics from years of sewing. I quilted this quilt by using my Bernina 830 sewing machine that sits on a quilt frame.
I made this darling quilt for a baby girl named Ellori. I used pink in Bella Solids and stippled the quilt together by using my Bernina 830 sewing machine. I embroidered the cute pie on it because her grandparents call her Ellori Pie! The emboridery pattern came from Embroidery Designs.
I made this special pinwheel quilt to raffle for the Fall Festival at my church several years ago. I used Bella solids and a fat quarter by Edyta Sitar, Over the Rainbow collection. A lady from Greensboro, NC won this quilt. I learned how to make quick pinwheels from Jenny's tutorial. I always do my own quilting by using my Bernina830 machine on a quilting frame.
I have a quilted wall hanging of peacock material, and love the colors, so I made a large quilt to go on my bed that uses some of that same material. I used the Cake Mix Recipies number 1, but rearranged them from the ideas on the package, because the material I used was so busy. I love it!
My best friend's daughter Hannah recently moved to Syracuse, NY from South Dakota to pursue her master's in music at SU. I had been collecting musical material for a quilt for her mother (she however fell in love with another quilt I had finished, so who better to use this material for? I love the muted tones of cream and white against the black.
I made this runner for my daughter for Christmas. It is one of MSQC's patterns. I have wanted ot make it for awhile and finally had time to do it. My goal was to make it from my stash. I was successful. I only had to buy the punch needle batting for it.