Thursday, December 8, 2016

Nora's Quilt

Nora's great-grandmother had made these blocks a long time ago. Tracey decided that they needed to be finished for her granddaughter, Nora, so this is the final product! Very nice baby quilt. It will be a great memory for this baby in years to come.

Meandering Daisies was the quilting pattern, a favorite for baby quilts!

Baby Pink was the thread color.

The border on the quilt.

A happy little quilt for a little girl!

The backing.

Annie's Elephant Quilt

Well this has to be the largest animal quilt that I've ever quilted! Amy paper-pieced this quilt for their son's girlfriend! I think this quilt will certainly seal the deal! LOL!

These feet are a hoot! Annie loves elephants and she will certainly love this quilt!

Elephants was the quilting pattern.

Silver thread was the thread choice.

The border on the quilt.

The backing.

Carol's" Over the Top" Quilt of Valor!

Carol made this Quilt of Valor quilt and whoever is the recipient will go wild! Carol is the owner of San Francisco Stitch Company, an online machine embroidery site, and the center of this quilt is filled with her embroidery designs.

I love her star patterns and the fabrics in this quilt!

Eagles was the quilting pattern. You need to click on the pictures to see a closer view.

The border of the quilt.

Oatmeal was the thread color.

The center with all the embroidery. 

Check these out!

And the "Let Freedom Ring From Sea to Shining Sea"  is so appropriate!

It's going to be hard for me to let this one go to it's owner, LOL, and I bet it will be hard for the owner to let this leave her home!


The backing!

Anita's Black and White Quilt

What do  you do when you have so many black and white print fabrics? You make a fantastic quilt out of them! That is exactly what Anita made here. There are all kinds of prints in this quilt! Some of them had even belonged to her mother.

Sticky Buns was the quilting pattern.

Gunmetal was the thread choice.

Here are the borders on the quilt.

Look closely at this fabric!

Geometric to character prints.

A grandson just might get this quilt! Nicely done!

The wonderful backing!

Monday, December 5, 2016

Jeremiah's Quilt

Vickie made this t-shirt quilt for her son, Jeremiah. It's the last of 12 that she has made for family and friends! 

He will love this quilt!

Black thread was used.

Meander was the quilting pattern.

The sashing and border fabric.
Very nice!

The black backing.

Kris's Quilt

Amy pieced this quilt for her musical friend, Kris! Nicely done!

The borders on the quilt.

Musical Pano 010 was the quilting pattern.

Sterling thread was used.

Kris will be singing praises to Amy when she gets this quilt!

The backing!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Elyza's Quilt

This sweet crib quilt is going to a baby in Kansas. Her mother grew up in Nebraska and attended UNL so Terry thought she just might need a pink Husker quilt for Elyza!


Hearts in a Swirl was the quilting pattern.

The pink and gray borders.

Silver thread was used.

The backing which feels like silk! So soft!