Friday, August 16, 2019

Missy's Patriotic Quilt

Wow, Stars! Perfectly pieced stars, I might add, and patriotic colors, what's not to love about this quilt! Missy made this quilt after finally finding just the right fabrics for her pattern.

Dyed Natural was the thread color.


Cherry Pano 003 Sq was the quilting pattern. Cherries? Why, you might ask? Because.... this is a patriotic quilt and George Washington was very patriotic and he chopped down a cherry tree so of course the quilting pattern just had to be cherries!

The backing has the Pledge of Allegiance on it!

Andrew's Quilt

Julie made this spectacular quilt for her son, Andrew. It depicts, morning, noon and night as the colors gradually go from lights to darks. 

Modern Mo Pano 001 was the quilting pattern.

9006 variegated thread was used.

He's going to love his quilt! 

I LOVE this backing! 

Julie's Batik Quilt

Julie pieced this scrappy batik quilt. A wonderful collection of batiks.

Circle Pano 001 was the quilting pattern.

9032 Omi Variegated thread was used.

Nicely done!

The backing.

Dee's Birds and Flowers Quilt

Dee made this pretty quilt using the Kansas Troubles technique of top stitching the strips onto the blocks. 

Brenda's Tulips was the quilting pattern. Camel thread was used.

Very pretty!

The gorgeous backing.

Barb's Star Quilt

Barb made this quilt full of stars! Great for a little CASA quilt!

Waving Stars Pano  was the quilting pattern. Lilac was the thread color.

Great job!

The backing.

Karyl's Sesame Street Quilt

Who doesn't love sesame Street? Everyone does! Karyl put this little quilt together for a CASA child.

Swirling Springs B2B was the quilting pattern.

School Bus was the thread color.

A great quilt for a great program!

The backing.

Karyl's Horse Quilt

Karyl has made a lot of horse quilts for the CASA program and this one is another great quilt! A horse loving child will be delighted to get this quilt!

Cowboy Pano 004 was the quilting pattern.

Ginger Spice was the thread color.

This shows the horseshoe border on the quilt.

The backing!