The heart blocks in this quilt were done by members of my quilt guild. It's a teaching guild, so each month we each do a block, then the set of blocks are raffled off. I won the raffle 3 years ago, and finally put the blocks together, and it quilted and bound it today. Its a nice size, 48 x 60. I added the sashing, cornerstones and border to make it bigger.
I just finished hand binding this lovely grandmothers flower garden pattern quilt. This quilt was hand pieced by a women who planned on hand quilting it. She had it pinned but never got to hand quilt it. She asked my friend to quilt feathers with her longarm. My friend asked me to to hand bind it. My second time hand binding with bias binding. It was hand pieced with 2.25" hexagons. 78" x 95" at the widest points.
Update: quilted and bound. This Army Uniform version of Bonnie Hunter's "Blue Ridge Beauty" quilt pattern is a quilt top made from a retired Army man's uniforms and one of his dad's Army uniforms with black and cream yardage. It's one of 6 quilts that he ordered from my friends long arm business. I got to pick the patterns to use. I've been wanting to make this pattern for a long time. 75" x 91"
Quilted and bound - This "Simply Serene" memory quilt top is made from a retired Army man's uniforms and one of his dad's Army uniforms with black, white and gray yardage. It's one of 6 quilts that he ordered from my friends long arm business. It's huge - 98" x 113"
While packing up to move, I found this almost finished quilt I made with 9 FQs; it needed a label and finishing of the binding. I embroidered a small design on each of the base blocks and played with my specialty stitches and coloured thread along each seam. It was made about 8 years ago and I’m quite sure it was a line from Red Rooster fabrics.