All posts by Lynda Britt

Teal ~n~ Mint Quilt!

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Patti Spooner made this incredible quilt in cool shades of blues and greens. It’s a very tranquil, calming quilt to look at, while at the same time holding your interest as you appreciate the pattern (& her hard work!). Inside is Hobbs Heirloom batting which works so well that we stock it in three different colors. The back and binding is made from our 108” Tonal Vineyard Lilac quilt backing. I quilted it in “Fancy 3” which is Patti’s favorite quilting design. You pieced another beautiful quilt, Patti! 🙂

Alaskan Homestead Quilt by Shirley

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Shirley Clark made this wonderful quilt for their son who lives in Alaska. The cool colors are soothing and the pattern is interesting! I used our soft and warm Hobbs Heirloom batting inside and we backed it with Blue Atoll Quilters Blenders quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in “Pipeline” for her. A beautiful gift, Shirley! 🙂

John Deere Tractor Quilt for Kaeydon

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My sister, Iris Melvin made this adorable John Deere quilt for her grand nephew, Kaeydon. It features John Deere tractors both old and new with the year that John Deere opened his blacksmith and tool shop. The central panel is surrounded by alternating squares of John Deere green and yellow with harvest prints as well as other complimenting prints and colors. It’s backed in brown. Inside we used our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and I quilted it for her in “Pipeline.” A perfect quilt for a boy who loves Tractors! 🙂

Jeanne’s All Stars Quilt

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Jeanne Brown made this eye catching All Stars Quilt pattern from Missouri Star Quilt Co.. It’s made from 10” squares and 2 ½” strips. The bright colors against the black really pop! It has our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting inside and I quilted it for her in “Curly Swirly.” Nice job Jeanne! 🙂

Log Cabin In The Round Quilt!

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Carolyn Finlayson made this extraordinary quilt! It’s a paper pieced pattern with lots of pieces. Her work is meticulous. I think part of what makes this quilt so interesting to look at is the block variations. I quilted it for her in “Curly Swirly” with royal blue thread. She did the binding herself after these pictures were taken. I think she’s a natural, with lots of patience. Beautiful work, Carolyn! 🙂