Karyl made this amazing quilt with Kaffe Fassett fabrics and one of his patterns. There are so many different fabrics used that you cannot even count them. There are also so many different flowers that I decided to put a few more on the quilt so I used the quilting pattern called Retro Flowers and now there are a zillion flowers on the quilt! A breathtaking quilt!
Thursday, July 29, 2010
This is the first of 2 quilts made with these great fabrics.
Several different flowers cover this quilt.
I chose this Peonies pano because it was similar to the flowers in the border fabrics.
This is the backing of the quilt with the Peonies designs. The thread on this is also the Ficelle color.
Karyl made this quilt out of French General's Rouenneries collection of fabric and the pattern used for quilting was a special design. I scanned the fabric showing the birds and dragonflies and foliage to a designer and she digitized a pattern of foliage and birds to enhance the designs of the quilt. Wonderful fabric line, wonderful quilt!
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Karyl made this delightful quilt and can't you just imagine it draped over the back of the couch or covering a child's bed? A wonderful cheerful quilt! And if you think this one is bright, just wait for the next one that I'm almost done quilting!
Janice has made another large lovely quilt that suggests a soft summer quilt. Great job, Janice!
Friday, July 23, 2010
Taylor did an excellent piecing job on this quilt and hopefully it will win her another ribbon at the county fair! Good luck!
This cute little quilt will be the perfect gift for that long awaited first great grand child!
Jane made this quilt for a wedding gift for a friend, won't that be a wonderful gift!
This magnificent quilt was pieced by Lucille (the blocks) and set by Vickie, her daughter. Now that's a quick(?) way of getting a quilt done!
The quilt pattern used is Swirling Chestnuts, a very favorite one of mine that is so appealing for an overall design. The thread is Olive Brown.