Used the adorable Moda Aloha Girl Charm pack along with a bright white Cotton Supreme jelly row to make this Zipper Quilt. I think it makes a cute baby or toddler quilt. This one will be displayed until I need a baby gift or donation quilt. The backing is a piece I've had in my stash for years.
I purchased a daily deal "Summer Song" charm pack along with three more and some matching yardage to create a twin size disappearing nine patch quilt for my Granddaughter. This the 2nd quilt I have done the scalloped edge on which is quite challenging but beautiful. Machine quilted on my home machine which is also a challenge.
DOUBLE WEDDING RING
John Flynn's "SIMPLIFIED" easy to follow Double Wedding class was taught by Extension Agent. Before this class was finished this quilt was RENAMED by the FEW remaining participants. This is my FIRST AND LAST ATTEMPT AT HAND QUILTING!!!!!!!!! Given as a gift to my daughter.
I really didn't like this quilt because I had to get more fabric that came from a different dye lot and it looked very plain so I put it at the bottom of the pile. But I found nice backing fabric and my long arm quilter did a great job! Thank you Debbie Patrick! After she quilted it, the transformation was amazing, though it's hard to tell in the pic, and I knew my husband would love it. I named it Traveling Geese because he travels so much and he does love it.
Scrap Jellyroll Race
So several years ago when the jellyroll race first came out, I decided to give it a try. Didn't have a jellyroll so I just used a bunch of scrap strips we had. I think I got a bit too much into the groove of sewing the strips together as I had enough for this large quilt, a throw quilt and the binding for both! It sat under the bed in my mom's sewing room until recently when it was rediscovered. Just finished putting the binding on it last night. It is definitely more of a second quilt on the bed then the top pretty one, but since I put flannel on the back it will be nice and warm in the winter.
Inspired by a wave looking blue Bargello I saw online. Thought I would give bargello a try. A method my grandmother used all the time. I used a batik jellyroll and left out the pinks. It was VERY narrow but the wide borders framed it nicely and made it a great size for a lap quilt, about 64"x46"
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