Lady Bird Quilts made this King size quilt for Janet Dudley from Little Bo Peep squares. They were hand embroidered and hand appliquéd by the aunt of her husband, Bob Dudley about 75 years ago when she was a teenager. Bob’s sister, Melodye Jones had saved and kept them over the years. Janet and Melodye […]
Month: November 2015
We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and for those that braved the Black Friday sales hopefully you snagged some great deals! Speaking of deals, this Saturday we’re having our Red & Green Saturday Sale! All Christmas prints, all Red fabric and all Green fabric, both solids and prints are on sale for 30% off […]
This charming Christmas Quilt was made by Ann Owens. It features a poinsettia print trimmed with the colors of Christmas in a delightful stepped pattern. Inside the quilt is our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and I quilted it in Christmas Ornaments. A Christmas Quilt for the Holidays, what better gift to warm your heart and […]
Class last Tuesday turned out wonderfully! Our thanks to a couple of our wonderful customers and friends, Gail Henderson and Georgiana Hand for coming and each making a beautiful quilted Christmas Table Runner. Speaking of Christmas, we have handcrafted quilted Christmas Ornaments for sale! They make great gifts and are priced at $7.50 for the […]
This colorful Four Patch ladder pattern quilt was pieced by Ruth Barber as a gift for Jamie and Christie Maphis. The longer I look at it the more shapes and patterns I see! It is backed with our 108” wide Tilt-A-Whirl natural 100% cotton quilt backing and the batting is Hobbs 80/20 Heirloom. I stipple […]
Just wanted to remind everyone who is interested that our class on how to make the Disappearing Nine Patch pattern is this afternoon from 2 to 4 pm central time. The class fee is $25 which includes the materials for the beautiful quilted Table Runner you will make. Remember to bring your sewing machine. If […]
This beautiful Christmas quilt was made by Shirley Clark. It features Christmas presents made of rectangles and triangles. I quilted it in musical bells and candy canes bordered in Christmas ornaments. Great job Shirley!