|First, what's not to love about I spy quilts? Lots of really fun fabrics, and things to look for.|
This may be her first quilt, but I don't think it's going to be her last. Sarah's parents gave her a sewing machine, so she made them a quilt for Christmas (Shh! Don't tell!) The colors are much more accurate in the full quilt photo. Burgundy, black, grey and cream. Masculine and feminine at the same time. Quilted with the "Florence" panto. They are going to love it!
|Another great idea. Take your husband's silk ties, and your dresses and make them into a great scrappy quilt. Julie interfaced all the silks to make them more stable.|
|Although Jeannine and I have never met, she sent me four lovely quilt tops to help her finish. This is actually the 3rd one I've done, and each has been more fun than the last.|
Claire made these two quilts for friends as "picnic quilts". Both have a water resistant fabric on the back to keep moisture from seeping through. Never worked with that before as a quilt backing, but my wonderful APQS machine went right through it. Gotta love APQS!
It's a seriously small world that we live in. I graduated from Estacada High School (not gonna say when), and here is Pat making a quilt for a fund raiser for their baseball team. Pat's daughter's boyfriend is their coach, so it's not as random as it sounds. I hope they raise lots of money with it!