Melanie Garcia pieced this beautiful Sticks & Stones Jelly Roll Quilt. It’s a great pattern and the green prints work so well together with the white tone on tone. It’s full of energy and reminds me of spring! Soft, stable Hobbs Heirloom batting was used inside the quilt and it’s backed our 108” Green Branches quilt backing. I quilted it in “Curly Swirly” for her and made the binding from the same material that it’s backed with. It is a pretty quilt, Melanie! 🙂
Patti Spooner pieced this fetching quilt featuring the Farmer’s Daughter Quilt Block. The design she chose which alternates with the matching squares looks great in the pink with blue accents theme! It is filled with our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and backed with Light Blue Paisley quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in “Fancy 3” for her using Hot Pink thread and made the binding from the same material it’s backed with. A sweet quilt, Patti! 🙂
This is Judy Jones’ delightful version of the Binding Tool Star Quilt! She and her friend, Donna Briesacker each made this quilt but picked their own colors. I think it was a wonderful project and they both turned out great! I quilted it for her in “Curly Swirly” using dark teal thread. It’s simply beautiful, Judy! 🙂
Donna Briesacker made this beautiful Binding Tool Star Quilt! She and her friend Judy Jones liked the pattern and the way it’s made so they each decided to make one, this is Donna’s take on it. I quilted it in “Curly Swirly” for her using Radiant Turquoise thread. This is a gorgeous quilt, Donna! 🙂
Denise Matteoni made this adorable throw. It’s all about the cats!
The pictured cats are elegantly dressed with an East Indian flair, set against black and surrounded by concentric frames of complimenting prints including the cat print which matches the central panels. Our soft yet very stable Hobbs Heirloom batting fills the inside of the quilt. I quilted it in “Sitting Cats” with lime thread for her. You made an incredibly beautiful and special gift, Denise! 🙂
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday , March 20, 2021 at the Dezell House Museum in Greensboro, Florida.
Arts & Craft Vendors – Quilt Show – Antiques – Lunch & Bakesale
Dezell House Museum & Greensboro Depot Railroad will be open.
328 East 8th Street
Greensboro, Florida 32330
Come out and enjoy! 🙂