Candy Shuff asked us to make a puzzle quilt for her son Alex who picked out the colors and prints he wanted in it (great job!). My sister, Iris and I pieced both the top and back. The back of the quilt features an Autism Awareness T-shirt from his school. All of the fabric came from our shop and it has our soft Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting inside. I quilted it in a Jigsaw Puzzle design.
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.
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!
We want you to make a quilt so we are continuing our Hi-Loft batting giveaway and sale. Buy 5 yards of fabric (any fabric in the store, mix & match) and we will give you the the amount of this batting you need for your quilt (up to and including a King size) for Free! If you need even more batting we have this high quality 96” wide 6.6 oz. polyester batting on sale for just $3.60 a yard (10 cents a linear inch).
Our thanks to Linda Radford and Linda Wester who both came from Tallahassee for our “Flying Geese” class last week. We all had a great time! We will post the date and topic for the next class as soon as it is set.
We sell fabric by the yard as well as Fat Quarters, Jelly Rolls and Charm Packs. Our cotton prints are $5.00 a yard (except for collegiate and specialty material), a wide range of bargain cotton solids are $4.00 a yard with premium cotton solids priced at $5.00 a yard. Fat Quarters are $1.00 a piece, with bundles of 10 for $9.50. Jelly Rolls (40 count of color coordinated 2 1/2” x 44” strips in a roll) are $19.99 each. Charm Packs of pre-cut squares are available in 3 1/2″, 4 1/2″, 5 1/2″ and 6 1/2″ sizes. Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting (96” wide) is in stock for $8.28 a yard. To complete your quilt we have top quality 108” wide cotton quilt backing material for just $10 a yard in numerous colors and prints.
Do you have a quilt top ready to be quilted? Lady Bird Quilts provides skilled Longarm Quilting services in a wide range of styles and designs. We can finish your quilt and make it look great! Give us a call at 850-329-8276 or just bring your quilt top to the shop on Saturday for an estimate. If you have a fabric, sewing or quilting question we’ll be happy to help. We are open every Saturday from 9 am until 4 pm central time at 7161 Highway 90 in Grand Ridge, Florida. Just look for the Lady Bird Quilts sign.
I put this sampler quilt together for Pat Hammitt from a collection of beautiful quilt blocks made by her mother-in-law. The back is sewn together from material Pat provided and it has our Hobbs Heirlooom 80/20 batting inside. I quilted it in the pipeline design and then bound it with some of the same material used for the back. There are quite a few different quilt blocks in this one! 🙂