Have you ever thought about learning how to make a quilt? Or, perhaps you want to learn how to make a different pattern? Register for our Quilt Piecing class which will be held on Thursday, July 30 at 2 PM at Lady Bird Quilts & Fabric Shop located at 7161 Highway 90 in Grand Ridge, […]
Month: July 2015
The 5 Ws of Lady Bird Quilts!
Who? Lynda Britt & Iris Melvin at Lady Bird Quilts & Fabric. What? The Quilt and Fabric shop has Beautiful fabric at Amazing prices! We stock a wide range of bright cotton prints for $5.00 a yard, a variety of cotton solids are $4.00 a yard. We have Fat Quarters for $1.00 a piece, bundles […]
Florida Gators Throw
I made this Florida Gators throw for my son-in-law, Jason Helms who loves Florida football! 🙂 It features the University of Florida mascot, Albert the alligator pieced with marbled fabric in Orange and Sapphire Blue surrounded by our Tone on Tone White Sunburst print. It is backed with our Quilters Blenders Sapphire Blue quilt backing […]
Good Fabric, Good Quilts, Good People!
We have miles (seriously) of beautiful fabric at great prices! We stock a wide range of delightful cotton prints for $5.00 a yard, along with a variety of cotton solids for $4.00 a yard. We have lots of Fat Quarters for $1.00 a piece, bundles of 10 are $9.50. Jelly Rolls are $19.99 each. We […]
Grandmother’s Flower Garden Quilt
This stunning quilt was hand sewn by Mrs. Una Basford. This lovely mosaic quilt features hexagon flowers pieced from different complimentary fabrics. The design of this quilt dates all the way back to around 1770. It is finished with hexagon edging. I quilted it for her granddaughter, Crystal Mercer in the Birds in a Bath […]
We are open July 4th!
Come celebrate the 4th of July with us! 25% off all Patriotic Prints! Open from 9 until 4 central time! We have a wide assortment of beautiful cotton prints for only $5.00 a yard and colorful cotton solids for $4.00 a yard. We also have many different prints in Fat Quarters for $1.00 a piece, […]
Memory Quilt for Tullis
This throw was made by my sister, Iris Tye Melvin for her son Tullis Tye. It showcases some of the important things in his life and was made with a mother’s love. I quilted it in the Diamonds pattern.