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Stars & Interlocking Squares Quilt!

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Susan Coe put this amazing quilt together anchored by the large Star & Interlocking Squares block in the center. Very nice work, I love the contrast of the colors! I quilted it for her in “Flights of Fancy” with pink thread. This block was the subject of one of our recent classes.

Turquoise and Roses Quilt

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Clauden Jones pieced this lovely quilt featuring shades of turquoise and floral prints in an intriguing pattern. The quilt is bordered and backed with pastel pink roses with green leaves set on turquoise. I quilted it for her in a butterfly design with turquoise thread. She did a great job with this one!

Mare & Foal Quilt

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Gwen Cook made this precious western themed quilt featuring a mare and her foal for her granddaughter, Mary Kate. The central square is surrounded by contrasting triangles of paisley prints. She also added some wonderful machine embroidery to personalize the quilt. It’s filled with our soft Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 quilt backing and I quilted it in horses using lime green thread. This is lovely Gwen!

Sixteen Patch & Sunflowers Quilt

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This quilt by Denise Robinson is bursting with colors of Halloween and fall! It combines sixteen patch blocks with applique sunflowers and stars surrounded by a matching orange border against a black tonal vine print. The quilt is filled with our Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting for a soft feel. I quilted it in a scroll leaves design. This is a perfect quilt for the season!

“Warm” 3 Dudes Quilt for Page

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I made this queen size quilt for my husband, Page who likes the pattern and wanted a “really warm” quilt for winter. It is the 3 “Dudes” pattern made from 2 ½” strips. I bordered it with piano keys, then backed and bound it with our Quilters Blenders Blue Atoll 108” quilt backing. It’s quilted in the Diamonds design. I used a medium high loft poly-fill batting and….. it’s really warm! So warm that he only wants to sleep under it on the coldest nights! Of course we don’t have too many of those in Florida but he loves looking at it anyway. 🙂