I made this baby quilt for Summer Duan and Thomas Hudson’s baby boy, Tylor Ming Hudson. The “Little Boys are made of…” panel is from our shop and features a chart to keep track as he grows! It is framed on either side by more of our cotton fabric in the split rail fence pattern. I quilted in a whimsical Kites design. It’s backed in our Sapphire Blue Quilters Blenders quilt backing with Hobbs Heirloom 8/20 batting inside to keep him warm and comfy!
This charming quilt featuring Sunbonnet Sue with different bonnets and dresses was made by Pat Hammitt’s mother-in-law (Mike’s mom). The different Sunbonnet Sue figures are appliquéd with different stitches. She also hand embroidered the bonnets, sleeves and shoes. I quilted it in “Flights of Fancy.” It is backed with Curls Swirls Sky Blue quilt backing and filled with Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting from our shop.
This adorable little quilt was made for Jennifer Grantham’s granddaughter. Jennifer made the top with lots of love and I appliquéd the hearts made from clothes that belonged to her MawMaw, Grandaddy and Aunt Jes on the back. I quilted it in the Ribbon Hearts design then made the binding out of our pink quatrefoil material to match the top.
Patsy Willis made this charming Christmas golf throw as a gift for her son-in-law who loves golf. The back is pieced together out of a matching golf print. Filled with our famous Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 quilt batting it’s sure to be soft and warm but not too bulky. I quilted it in the Hole in One design.
This unique family tree quilt was made by Sara Thompson as a gift for a family member. She pieced both the top and the back using a combination of quilting and appliqué techniques. The back features outlines of the children’ hands with their names. I used our premium Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting and quilted it in the Pipeline design. A beautiful quit that is sure to be treasured for generations!
Linda Neel asked my sister, Iris and I to make this cap quilt for her husband Bill as a Christmas present. She brought us all of the old caps he had saved from his years of farming and the wonderful Coca Cola printed fabric (Bill loves Coca Cola!). The remaining fabric including the corn and peanuts is from our shop. We appliquéd the cap with the Coca Cola patch. I quilted a tractor into four blocks and stipple quilted the balance. Linda did surprise Bill with his Christmas present this year! 🙂