How do you make a quilt for a man that loves two teams? Incorporate both of them into it of course! I made this quilt for Danny Danford who has always loved Alabama and later became a big fan of FSU. It features the Florida State University Seminole and the University of Alabama Big Al (elephant) mascots surrounded by collegiate fabric from each school. The quilt top also contains fabric with football and tailgating prints with the balance completed in the colors of each team. The back and the white in the top are our 108” wide Tone on Tone White Circles fabric. Hobbs 80/20 Heirloom batting was used and I stipple quilted it. Enjoy Danny!
This beautiful quilt featuring blocks of alternating patterns surrounded by strips in various shades of purple was made by Jo Johns. She chose our tone on tone white sunburst quilt backing and I quilted it in a stipple design. I understand she made it for auction, so somebody will certainly get a wonderful quilt!
This is another beautiful quilt that Michelle Martin brought me to quilt. It was also pieced by her grandmother, Sue Conwill who did a fantastic job on it. Michelle chose our Solid Burgundy quilt backing and I quilted it with the “Birds in a Bath” design. It’s so bright and cheerful that it’s sure to brighten up a room!
Michelle Martin brought me this beautiful quilt top which was hand embroidered and pieced by her grandmother, Sue Conwill. The intricate work in the embroidery is amazing! Michelle told me that it took her grandmother about 3 months to do. It is beautiful and I enjoyed quilting it for her, her dad and her grandmother. Michelle picked our Curls Swirls Sky quilt backing for it and I quilted it with the “Ribbon Heart” design. Thanks Michelle for bringing it to me!
This beautiful Black and White Chicken Scratch Embroidery on gingham quilt was pieced and embroidered by Catherine Olivent for her grandson, Bradley Norris as a graduation present. Lucky young man! The detail of the embroidered flowers is incredible. I am honored that she chose me to quilt it for her.