All posts by Lynda Britt

Safari Quilt!

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This quilt I made for my grandson Zack Humphrey. It features blocks made of prints depicting some of the magnificent wild animals in the world accented by natural flora. Between the squares the quilt is sashed with a reptile skin print. The backing is our 108” Tilt-A-Whirl Natural and it’s bound in black. I quilted it in “Twine” for him. He loves animals big & small, it’s just the quilt he needed! 🙂

Christmas Appliqué Quilt

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Ann Owens made this precious Christmas Appliqué Quilt. It features wonderful appliquéd Christmas scenes sashed with Christmas trees, stars and gifts. The more you look, the more you see in the appliqué blocks! Inside the quilt I used our cozy Hobbs Heirloom batting and it is backed with our Quilters Blenders Ocean Blue quilt backing. I quilted it in Christmas Ornaments for her. I think Ann is very talented! 🙂

Patriotic Pinwheels Throw!

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Judy Rankin made this beautiful patriotic throw featuring a variety of red, white and blue patriotic prints. The pinwheel blocks are nicely framed by a border of stars. Inside we used our Hobbs Heirloom batting to make it soft and comfortable. I quilted it in “Swirls & Stars” then bound it using the same material used for the backing. Wonderfully done Judy! 🙂

Sun Bonnet Sue Throw

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Libby Shepard made this charming Sun Bonnet Sue throw featuring delightful dolls appliquéd on decorative white squares sashed with a light and cheerful twinkling star print, bordered by yellow. I quilted it in “Flights of Fancy” with pink thread for her, then made the binding in yellow to match. You did a wonderful job making this Libby! 🙂

Pink & Blue Together Quilt!

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Peggy Allen made this eye-catching quilt with pretty pink and blue prints in a geometric design set against a field of yellow green and framed with the same bold blue print used in the design. The quilt is filled with our soft, warm Hobbs Heirloom batting and backed with Quilters Blenders Navy Blue 108″ quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in “Willowy Weeds” with hot pink thread then made the binding from the same pink material she used. Super job, Peggy! 🙂