Breast Cancer Awareness Month continues with another beautiful throw by Angie Pitts. This one is similar to the previous one she did but with the addition of pink squares set on point in the center and corner blocks. Our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting fills the inside and I quilted it with the Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon and did the binding for her. A beautiful throw for a most important cause Angie!
Laverne McKenzie made this very neat Churn Dash quilt in various brown and blue fabrics sashed with a brown herringbone print. A pleasing rendition of a classic quilt block! It has our soft, stable Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting inside the quilt sandwich and I quilted it in Diamonds for her. Very nice, Laverne! 🙂
Mr. Alton Snellgrove asked me to make a quilt for his granddaughter out of her softball T-shirts and jerseys and I was happy to be able to. Amberlea has had quite a distinguished softball career already as her T-shirts attest! I bordered the shirts with red and blue, sashed the blocks with our white tone on tone stars print, framed it in concentric strips of red and blue then made the binding from the same white stars print. The batting inside is premium Hobbs Heirloom and the quilt is backed with Quilters Blenders Poinsettia Red 108” quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in Bats, Balls, Gloves & Helmets using lime green thread.
Congratulations, Amberlea on your athletic achievements, I hope this quilt preserves and showcases your softball career to date throughout the years to come. 🙂
Diane Evans made this beautiful quilt giving us a breathtaking view of the stars and night sky. Even the white tone on tone material used in the blocks has stars! She chose to back it with Tonal Vineyard Lapis Blue backing and our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting is inside the quilt sandwich. Naturally, I quilted it for her in “Wandering Stars!” You made a gorgeous quilt, Diane! 🙂
Diane Meagh pieced this sensational Modern Sampler Quilt! The blocks are from Tula Pink’s City Sampler: 100 Modern Quilt Blocks. Diane added the background fabrics of her choice to create this beautiful effect! I quilted it for her in a small stipple. With all the work she put into piecing the back, it’s almost as pretty as the front! A wonderful quilt, Diane! 🙂
Sue Coe made this very patriotic sampler quilt featuring a stylized flag in the center with rows of five different blocks above and below, all surrounded by a multi-tier border of stars. Lots of different patriotic prints are used in this quilt! I quilted it for her in “Twine.” This is a beautiful quilt Sue! 🙂
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! 🙂