Sharon Hauke made this adorable jelly roll throw for her daughter. It’s made from a jelly roll of vibrant pink prints connected by turquoise squares. The throw is backed and bound with a wavy striped turquoise print from our shop. Inside the quilt is our Hobbs Heirloom batting which makes it nice and soft without being too heavy. I quilted it in a loose stipple for her and did the binding. A fun and delightful project!
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.
This special throw was made by Betty Daniels for her daughter. The design is Three Six Nine, which makes a great fat quarter project. The backing (which sparkles!) is Holly Holderman “Ticking Stripes.” I quilted it in the Willowy Weeds design.