February 21, 2020 – Winter Fun Hearts
Most people have a favorite season, and this quilt would be perfect for those who love the snow. The fabrics used for the hearts are all snow related – snowmen, pine trees, snowflakes, snow globes, etc. The quilt was stitched with super white colored thread using the Hats and Mittens© design from Designs by Vickie.
January 26, 2020 – Grandson’s Beige Graduation Quilt
This neutral colored, lap-size quilt was made by the customer for her grandson who is graduating soon. It was quilted using neutral beige thread and the Ginger Star pattern designed by Apricot Moon.
January 20, 2020 – Log Cabin Stars
This log cabin quilt was stitched with brushed gold colored thread to match the color of the stars. The customer requested a star design, so it was quilted with Star Struck (sharp) designed by Christy Dillon with My Creative Stitches.
January 15, 2020 – Amish with a Twist
This beautiful Amish with a Twist quilt is 93×96″ and will look great covering a bed. It was custom quilted with black thread in the black background and colorful variegated thread in all other areas (including the back). The center star was stitched with the same flower block used in each of the pieced blocks. Other parts of the center star incorporated cross hatch, echo stitching, and the same round flower used in the smaller squares of the corners. The corners were stitched with a round flower or a leaf design in 9-patch sections with a larger flower in alternating blocks. Each pieced block was stitched with a flower and leaves block and the surrounding triangles were outlined. The black background was stitched with a four-leaf design. The inner border was stitched with a candy ribbon design; the piano key borders with a flower design; and the outer borders with a round flower in the corners and a feathered leaf in the sides.
October 16, 2019 – Cheerful Stripes and Lattice
Although one of the simpler patterns, quilts using strip sets oftentimes take on a unique personality. Our customer pieced this quilt with the strips going in a vertical direction rather than the typical horizontal direction. It was stitched with off-white thread using a traditional, clam shell design. This quilt will make a beautiful table topper or covering for a daybed.