Patti Spooner covered the field with this winning crib quilt for a little one whose parents pull for different teams! The pattern has a neat gradient effect that ties the Seminole garnet to the Gator blue. The black sashing really frames the colors and just makes them pop! The quilt is backed with our Tilt-A-Whirl Natural quilt backing and filled with Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting (not too heavy but still nice & warm). I quilted it in Swirls and Stars then did the binding in black to match. This quilt is a winner wither way! 🙂
James Mills brought me this quilt that his Grandmother made many years ago and asked me to restore it. I was able to save 10 complete blocks, which was as much of the original quilt as possible and made new ones from fabric I was able to recover from damaged squares and complimentary prints. The new back that James chose is made from our Black Overtone Willowy Flowers 108” quilt backing. The quilt is filled with soft Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting. I quilted it in an Aztec design. James was giving the quilt to his brother as a birthday present so he would have something special their Grandma made! 🙂
Gennell Neel made this T-Shirt Quilt for her granddaughter, Jordan from her high school shirts. She did a great job with it! Jordan graduated from Marianna High School in 2010. The quilt is backed with our Quilters Blenders Yellow Gold 108” wide quilt backing and is filled with Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting also from our shop. I stipple quilted it and did the binding for her. Thanks to her grandmother, Jordan can keep her t-shirts and high school memories close!
Maureen Meers made this delightful stained glass window quilt from colorful batiks for her granddaughter who is in her first year at college. Her granddaughter plays the trumpet in the band so I quilted it in musical notes and trumpets. The backing is our Softie Lime Green 108” wide fabric. You did a wonderful job Maureen! 🙂
I made this quilt for my oldest daughter, Lisa in 2014. It is a quilt of love with squares made by her great-grandmother, Audrey Maphis, her grandmother Fannie Maphis, her great-aunt, Ruth Barber, her Aunt, Iris Tye Melvin, her daughter, Alisa Humphrey and me. Their names are embroidered on their squares. The quilt is stripped and backed with fabric from our shop. I quilted it in the Hearts & Hands design with a mother’s love! 🙂