Even though I have been quilting for over 20 years now (hard to believe, but I was a teenager when I started), there is always something in the quilting world that is new to try or a new technique to learn. Each of these quilts have something new about them, or at least new to me.
The quilt above I quilted for Sarah at the Little Foot Quilt Shoppe. She carries these fabrics in her store, so if you love them you know where to find them. I quilted it with the pantograph Feather Flip using an aqua blue thread.
Below is another quilt I quilted for Sarah at the Little Foot. I am very happy with the way the quilting came out on this one, too. I used a green thread, and what is new about this quilt is I tried one of my new pantographs called Trumpet Vine. I'll be using this pretty design again, for sure!
Something else that I thought made Jenny's quilt so special was the way she pieced the border. You can see it in the picture of the corner of the quilt above. She used a piecing method called the 5 Minute Block and the 10 Minute Block designed by Suzanne McNeill. Click here for a video link, but you can also Google it or search on Pinterest and find lots of pictures and ideas using this method. This was something new that I had never seen before, and it really was a beautiful addition to this quilt. Great job, Jenny! Thanks for letting me quilt for you.
Thank YOU for stopping by and taking the time to see my work. I hope you saw something new to inspire you today.
I'll be linking up at Crazy Mom Quilts Finish It Up Friday where I know you can find other new ideas and pretty quilts. Have a great day!