Charlotte Maddox made this adorable Elephant Quilt featuring a herd of 18 cute & colorful elephants set in a background of our Tone-on-Tone White Sunburst material. These elephants will make you smile! I quilted around each elephant for her. Our soft, snuggly Hobbs Heirloom batting is on the inside and the quilt is backed with a delightful yellow batik. It’s just precious, Charlotte! 🙂
Patti Spooner pieced this incredible Gypsy Wife quilt from her odds and ends! The lovely pattern is nicely framed by a bold border of red which ties into the bits of red used throughout the blocks and strips. The batting inside is our soft & stable Hobbs Heirloom while the backing is a gray tonal batik from our shop. I quilted it for her in Keryn Emmerson’s “Rambling Hearts.” I did the binding with the same material it’s backed with. This is a delightful quilt, Patti! 🙂
Linda Scott pieced this colorful quilt combining two different block patterns with a tasteful explosion of bright batiks set in white tone on tone prints! She framed it with a complimenting zigzag border of orange and yellow prints. The inside is filled with soft Hobbs Heirloom batting from our shop. I quilted it in “Kerry’s Feather” and made the binding from the same black and white floral print she used in some of the diamond blocks. I think she created a beautiful quilt! 🙂
Let’s start the new year off with color! Ann Owens made this beautiful Split Rail Fence quilt. It was a one she had started some time ago but put away to work on other things. She took it out, finished it and brought it to me to quilt. I love the colorful batiks! The split rail fence pattern always makes the most of complimenting colors. I quilted it in a loose meander with a dark royal blue thread. Very pretty Ann!
This gorgeous quilt was made by Patti Spooner. The depth of the colors contrasting with the black is breathtaking! It’s backed with our Quilters Blenders Majestic Purple quilt backing and has our soft Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting inside. I quilted it in a Diamonds design and did the binding. Wow, Patti, you certainly pieced a beautiful quilt!