Maureen Mears created this amazing quilt with flowers made of appliquéd multicolor petals. The flower squares are bordered with a multicolor paisley print that really frames the appliqué. I stipple quilted it for her. A beautiful quilt with a delightful spring, summer theme!
Betty George pieced the center section of this Summer In The Park quilt and then at her request I added to it, matching her pattern with different pinks to turn it into a king sized quilt. It’s bordered in white and the same deep pink print used in the sashing of the outer portion. The quilt is backed and bound with our Quilters Blenders Light Pink Quilt Backing. Hobbs Heirloom batting was used inside for a soft, natural feel. I quilted it in a loose stipple with pink thread. Lot’s of pink! 🙂
I made this Lighthouse Throw with my sister, Iris. It’s made with a pretty lighthouse print from our shop with a sky blue print above and beach sand below. I quilted it in clouds for the top, waves in the middle and seashells at the bottom. The batting inside is Hobbs Heirloom for a comfortable weight and feel. It’s for sale in our shop for $300. 🙂
Barbara Drake pieced this magnificent quilt from many squares of different fabrics that have a special meaning. The squares that make up the border are rotated 45 degrees to those that make the pattern itself. Simple and beautiful but a lot of sewing! I quilted it in Daisies for her. It’s backed with our 108” Antique Rose Quilt Backing and the batting is Hobbs Heirloom. Very nice Barbara! 🙂
Denise Trudeau Matteoni made this beautiful Japanese Garden throw! It incorporates Japanese floral prints in a water block style surrounded by shades of purple and black. We used our Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting inside and I quilted it in a “Moth & Rosebud” design with lime green thread. This is gorgeous, Denise! 🙂
Betty George pieced this vivid Quilt of Valor using patriotic prints of red, white and blue. It’s backed with our Quilters Blenders Poinsettia Red and has Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting inside. I quilted it in “Star Spangled” using gold thread and made the binding from the same material used for the backing.