Patti Spooner pieced this Ohio Star quilt in blue and white for a grandson. With the blue border framing it this quilt is traditional but striking. Our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting was used inside, and it is backed with Quilters Blenders Sapphire Blue backing form our shop. I quilted it in “Pipeline” for her. A very nice quilt and a lucky grandson, Patti! 🙂
Marcia George made this Sunshine Throw for someone special! It features a cute sunflower panel that tells all the world “You Are My Sunshine.” She framed it with gingham and itsy bitsy polka dots, then added a complimenting yellow tone on tone floral and sunflower border. I used our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting inside and quilted it in “Ribbon Hearts” for her with lime green thread. Very Cheery Marcia! 🙂
I made this wall hanging for Lois Duncan from her late husband, Spencer Duncan’s shirts. It was the perfect way to save them so she and their daughters and grandchildren could see and enjoy them, remembering his love for his family. Mr. Duncan was a farmer and cattleman in Whigham, GA known for his award winning purebred Angus cattle. Inside I used our stable Hobbs Heirloom batting and backed it with Tilt-A-Whirl Natural quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in lines along the rows and around the pockets. A tribute to a wonderful man for his wife and family. 🙂
Shirley Clark made this delightful throw featuring colors of Christmas from 2 ½” strips sewed into big blocks. Even though these are not traditional Christmas prints, the colors and certainly make one think of Christmas time! The batting used inside the quilt is soft Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 and it’s backed with Tonal Vineyard Hunter Green quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in “Curly Swirly” for her using lime green thread. Charming and colorful, Shirley! 🙂
You asked for Miami and FAMU collegiate fabric, we have it now! This week we received two University of Miami prints and one for FAMU. These gave been exceptionally hard to come by and we were finally able to get them for you! We also got a number of bolts of premium 108” quilt backing in which is good for a lot more than just backing!
We are open all day Saturday from 10 to 5 for your convenience and by individual appointment Tuesday through Friday. Just call or text 850-329-8276 or message us through Facebook Messenger. Come visit us at Lady Bird Quilts on Small Business Saturday for these fine fabrics and a whole lot more! 🙂
Our Super Low Prices!
Cotton Solids – $5.00 per yard
Cotton Prints – $5.00 to $7.00 per yard
Batiks – $5.00 to $6.00 per yard
Licensed Prints – $9.00 per yard
108” Quilt Backing – $10.00 per yard
96” Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting (Natural) – $9.00 per yard
108” Hobbs 80/20 batting (White or Black) – $9.00 per yard
Fat Quarters – $1.00 each, bundles of 20 for $19.50
Fat Eights – 8 Fat Eighths in a pack for $5.99
Layer Cakes – 42 10” squares for $19.99
Mini Layer Cakes – 42 8” squares for $15.99
Jelly Rolls – 40 2½” strips for $19.99
We offer artistic longarm quilting services with our IQ quilting system which enables us to stitch intricate designs with exceptional precision. In addition, we make beautiful custom quilts to order including Memory Quilts & T-Shirt Quilts. Lady Bird Quilts is located 2 miles south of Greensboro at 2029 Bristol Highway, Quincy, FL. Just look for the big Fabric & Quilts sign on our shop!
Donna Briesarker made this wonderfully patriotic Veteran Quilt featuring the flag of the United States with the bald eagle, our symbol of strength, courage and freedom. Patriotic prints in red, white and blue round out the quilt. I quilted it in “Star Spangled” for her using variegated red, white and blue thread. This is a beautiful quilt, Donna! 🙂
Angie Pitts made this beautiful throw as a special gift for a woman fighting breast cancer. The design in blue-green and white and colors showcase the pink quilted Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons. It is bordered with a complimenting pink print and backed with a pink floral print from our shop which I also used to make the binding. I was glad to quilt and bind this special throw, Angie.