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Vickie’s Black & White Mirror Quilt!

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Vickie Porter pieced this gorgeous Black & White quilt. The mirror image effect is striking! It’s bordered in black which magnifies the contrast and focuses your gaze inward. The back is our 108” wide Gray Branches quilt backing. I quilted it for her in “Ribbon Hearts” in wine thread and did the binding. A very dramatic quilt, Vickie! 🙂

Nancy’s Fall Throw!

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Nancy Davis made this pretty Fall Throw from fabric she had left over from other quilt projects. It’s just right to keep on the sofa or a favorite easy chair for when the air turns a bit cool! The fall colors compliment the leaves in the center panel perfectly. Our cozy Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting is inside and I quilted it in Autumn Leaves for her. This is a lovely thrown Nancy! 🙂

Sue’s Cross Stitch Quilt!

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Sue Genter made this wonderful queen size cross stitch quilt for her daughter! It features a very pretty geometric four color floral pattern. It has our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting inside and is backed with Yellow Mottle Leaf quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in a loose stipple using blue thread for her and made the binding from the same material that it’s backed with. A beautiful gift to treasure!

Susan’s Teal & Purple Lattice Quilt!

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Susan Wilson made this beautiful Teal and Purple quilt! The bright floral prints are sashed and bordered with complimenting shades of colors. I used our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and it is backed with a light purple tonal floral backing from our shop. quilted it in “Curly Swirly” for her. This quilt has a very fresh, appealing look with these colors and she did a great job with it! 🙂

Laverne’s Brown & Blues Churn Dash Quilt

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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! 🙂