Barbara Wiggins made this adorable quilt from strips. Square up your blocks cutting at a 45 degree angle to your strips then sew them to the next block with the strips meeting at right angles. This technique makes a spectacularly interesting and colorful quilt! It’s filled with our wonderful Hobbs Heirloom batting and backed with Turquoise Tonal Vineyard 108” Quilt Backing which we stock. I quilted it for her in “Double Bubbles” with Bahama Blue thread and made the binding to match the back. A fun way to make a great quilt!
I made this throw from batik strips bordered by black for contrast. These are all batiks from our shop which we sell by the yard and in 40 strip jelly rolls. The throw is backed and bound with our Quilters Blenders Blue Atoll quilt backing, inside it’s filled with soft Hobbs Heirloom batting for a comfy feel. I quilted it in “Leaf Loops.” Kendall Wade bought this throw as a gift for his wife… What a thoughtful husband! 🙂
Shirley Clark made this cool and refreshing quilt from strips of different blue-green prints sashed with navy blue. It looks so cool and inviting that you could just dive right in! The quilt is backed with our Blue Atoll Quilters Blenders quilt backing and filled with soft and cozy Hobbs Heirloom batting from our shop. I stipple quilted it for her in navy thread. A very refreshing quilt! 🙂
This is the very first quilt Betty Bryant has ever made! What’s more it is a scrap quilt! She made it all from scraps she had from other projects. The colorful cotton rectangles are sashed with black strips and surrounded by a black border which makes for a delightful contrast. The back is a whimsical and pretty bubble print that she sewed together. This quilt catches your eye! I quilted it for her in the “Double Bubble” design using turquoise thread. Betty did an exceptional job on this quilt!