Saturday, February 28, 2015

Melinda's Christmas Quilt

Melinda's way ahead of the game in having this quilt done for the next Christmas season!

Fox thread was used.

Holly Berries B2B was the quilting pattern.

Very nice blocks!

The wide stripey borders on the quilt.

Ready for the binding!

The really nice plaid backing!

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Bonnie's Quilt of Valor Quilt

Bonnie put together this striking quilt! It's for another Quilt of Valor quilt for the Oxbow group to give to a local veteran.

She chose the Star Sparkles for the quilting pattern.

Medium Peacock was the thread choice.

I love this border fabric!


The backing.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Jerrid's Quilt

Glenna pieced this quilt for her son, Jerrid. I am sure he will love this quilt!

Red thread was used on this quilt.

She had me custom quilt is with several patterns.
The inner border, such cute fabrics!

The outer borders.

Nicely done!

The backing.

Glenna's Downton Abbey Quilt

Glenna took a trip to the Missouri Star Quilt Company in Hamilton, Missouri a while back and picked up this collection of wonderful Downton Abbey fabrics. It made a very nice quilt!

She chose the Sparks quilting pattern, a light and airy pattern.

Spring Lilac thread was used.

A cross view of the quilt, looks like spring!

The backing fabric.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

4 Heritage Needlework Guild Donation Quilts

I belong to the Heritage Needlework Guild in Nebraska City and these four quilts are donation quilts  that have been put together by the members.

The pattern on this quilt was Sunflowers quilted with Tex Blue thread.

The backing.

The quilting pattern on this one was Shari B2B done in Mother Goose thread.

The backing.

The pattern on this one is called Kicking Up A Storm quilted in Rail Grey thread.

The backing.

And lastly, this one was done with the Meandering Daisies pattern quilted with Praline Pink thread.

The backing.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Brandon's T-shirt Quilt

Brandon cut up some of his favorite Harley shirts in order to have this quilt made.

Nice shirts!

Gunmetal grey thread was used.

A simple Meander pattern was chosen.

A good way to remember all the motorcycle places that he's visited.

State to state!

And of course Sturgis!

The backing which is really a black with a grayish dot.