Isn't this star stunning? I recently had the pleasure of quilting it for Janice. This was a class taught at the Little Foot Quilt Shoppe, and my mom and Aunt Brenda also took the class and are working on their own star quilts, so you'll see a couple more of these in the future here on the blog for sure!
I quilted this one with a gold thread and the Pretty Paisley pantograph. Janice chose it because she used quite a few paisley printed fabrics in the quilt. Looks lovely!
The next quilt Janice made is from a kit that she received as a gift. I don't know the name of the pattern, but it is another beautiful quilt. I quilted it with one of my new pantographs called Amethyst and a medium brown thread.
Thank you, Janice, for letting me quilt for you again!
I hope these pretty quilts inspired you. Thanks for stopping by!
I'm thankful to have so many quilts to work on this summer to keep me busy while school is out. Here are a few I quilted a couple of weeks ago. I'll start with these pretty sunflowers in a quilt made by Karen. I used a gold thread and the edge-to-edge design called Swift.
That border fabric is so pretty with a touch of blue from the violets!
This next striking red, black, and white quilt belongs to Marilyn. I used black thread and the Swift pantograph again. I know it is kind of hard to see the quilting on these printed fabrics, but Swift is one of my new favorite designs. It is very graceful with a swirl and a few feathers and looks pretty on everything!
The last quilt today belongs to Meghan. It's a jellyroll race quilt made with soft colors and modern floral prints. I used a light taupe gray thread and the Camellias pantograph. The quilting design was the perfect match for the fabrics, and this little quilt turned out beautifully!
Thank you, Karen, Marilyn, and Meghan for letting me quilt for you!
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful weekend!
This is me...
I LOVE to quilt, and every day I must sew for my sanity!