This Pretty Pinwheel Quilt was made by Lywanda Gallon for her daughter, Kayleigh! It features colorful pinwheel blocks made from a variety of cute prints including polka dots and flowers. It’s sashed with pink and has some amazing, personalized artwork in the center! I quilted it in butterflies with purple thread for her and did the binding in two different polka dot prints. A special quilt for a special daughter! 🙂
Jeanne Brown made this precious Bunny Quilt for her sister-in-law, Darlene as a special gift for her granddaughter, Audry. It has rabbits, flowers, butterflies, and lots more going on! The adorable bunny with the pretty flowers is appliqué. I filled the inside with soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and quilted it in “Flights of Fancy” with Hot Pink thread for her. I did the binding as well. The back has another little appliqué bunny with a special message for Audry. A wonderful present! 🙂
Christie Green made this handsome quilt for her grandson, Maddox. It has his name and a message of love for him embroidered on it with the names of all the special dads in his life! It’s backed with our Navy Blue quilt backing with soft Hobbs Heirloom batting from our shop inside. I quilted it “Bats, Gloves and Balls” in red thread for her. I did the binding in red as well. A wonderful gift and reminder of a father’s love, Christie! 🙂
Patsy Willis made this good-looking Gator & Golf themed throw as a birthday present for her son-in-law. It features an intriguing design that ties the colors of the University of Florida in with four unique golf prints! The green is the back with Amazon Green Marble quilt backing from our shop. Inside we used our premium Hobbs Heirloom batting to give it an ideal weight. I quilted it in “Hole in One” using white thread for her. A great throw and birthday present, Patsy! 🙂
I made this U.S. Army table runner for my son, Gerald Danford who served in the Army. Since next Monday, June 14th it the 246th birthday of the U.S. Army (as well as being Flag Day) I thought I would share pictures of this piece. The Army fabric used for the panels is a print licensed by the U.S. Army which we stock. It is surrounded with the Army colors of black and gold as well as green for all the years the Army wore green. It is backed and bound with a patriotic print featuring Old Glory. I quilted it in stars. Thanks to all who served in the U.S. Army, past and present for the freedom we enjoy today!
Abigail Taunton made this wonderful quilt for her grandson! It’s based on the Sawtooth Star quilt block with a coordinating frame separating the inner 3×4 field from the outer single row block border. Our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting is inside the quilt sandwich, and it is backed with a Navy Blue solid also from our shop. I quilted it in “Twine & Stars” for her using Rocket Blue thread. A handsome quilt, Abigail! 🙂
Patsy Willis made this catchy throw as a gift! It features a three-by-three block pattern in the center framed in black and bordered by a high energy zigzag print with loads of color which in turn is bordered in a pretty blue. It is backed with Tit-A-Whirl Turquoise backing and filled with soft Hobbs Heirloom batting, both from our shop. I quilted it for her in “Double Bubbles.” A really cute throw, Patsy! 🙂