April 13, 2020 – Butterfly Baby Blanket


What better way to welcome a new grandchild than with a baby blanket made by grandma? This bright colored strip quilt was stitched with a cornmeal colored thread using the Aubrey Daisies design by Anne Bright Designs. The stitching really shows up on the Ombre fabric backing, which changes from dark orange to cream.


April 2, 2020 – Lion


Animal quilts are popular this year, but none is more formidable than the lion. The customer who pieced this quilt made it for her granddaughter. The customer later discovered the school’s theme for the year was “Jesus, the lion”. Her granddaughter was thrilled! The quilt is a lap size measuring 52″ x 62″. It was stitched with military gold colored thread using the Aroma design, which resembles a lion’s mane, by Lorien Quilting (Intelligent Quilting).


March 26, 2020 – Halloween Hearts


Halloween is a fun season of candy, games, trick-or-treating, ghosts, goblins, etc. The hearts in this quilt are made of Halloween and/or Autumn colors surrounded by a border of spooky trees. To complement the theme, the quilt was stitched with silver colored thread using the Halloween Night design from Anne Bright Designs.



March 3, 2020 – Jungle Animal Baby Quilt


This adorable jungle baby quilt will truly be loved and enjoyed by its recipient. The baby will spend time with a lion, zebra, elephant, giraffe, leopard and cheetah. The quilt was stitched with white thread using the Aroma© design by Lorien Quilting (Intelligent Quilting) because the design resembles a lion’s mane.


February 28, 2020 – Neutral Split Rail Fence


Quilts are beautiful no matter what color scheme is used. Neutral fabrics are especially eye catching. This split rail fence, pieced with all neutral fabrics, is a large beauty measuring 127″x 114″. It is extra wide to accommodate more drape on the sides of a bed. It’s traditional/old fashioned look suggested a more traditional quilt design. Therefore, it was stitched with off white thread using the Clamshell Cupola© design by Jessica Schick (Digi-Tech).