Another Good Mystery
This week I finally quilted my winter mystery quilt from winter 2014. This was a really fun mystery quilt put on by The Quilt Company. My mom purchased for herself, Aunt Brenda, and me a brown paper bag full of fabric (one for each of us) as a Christmas gift, having some idea of the color scheme but not seeing the fabric inside, and we received instructions throughout the winter to piece the top. This was one of the most fun gifts I received in a long time. She would not let us open our bags of fabric until Christmas Day, and the suspense was exciting! We also had fun working on our quilts together when received the next instructions.
So I quilted mine with a matching brown thread and one of my new pantographs called Trumpet Vine. I am really loving this design. I think I will bind it with the green fabric that I have left over.
Here are pictures of our other finished mystery quilts. Mom's is hanging on display beautifully in her kitchen right now, and below you can see Aunt Brenda's quilt in action on one of the comfy chairs in her living room! That is Zeus, feline king of the castle.
Today I updated my site to include the new pantographs that I have available. I am currently using Lyrical Bells on a customer quilt on the Innova right now. I also got one with Holly Berries, and I can't wait to try Snazzy Snowflake. Check them out here.
Right now I have a 2-3 week turn around time on quilting for customers, so If you need something finished for the holidays, please contact me soon! Local customers often bring quilts to my home studio, but I am happy to meet you at one of our local quilt shops or any other agreed upon location, and mailing is always available if you are not close by.
It is Finish It Up Friday over at Crazy Mom Quilts. Go ahead and check out some other great finishes over there. Thanks so much for taking the time to visit!
10/10/2014 05:20:50 pm
That is a gorgeous quilt - such a lovely pattern and the fabric colours are great - good work!
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