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Another Breast Cancer Awareness Throw by Angie!

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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!

Bonnie’s Teal & Orange Quilt!

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Bonnie Lindsey pieced this delightful Teal and Orange queen size quilt which also incorporates a beautiful floral print with butterflies! Soft Hobbs Heirloom batting is inside and is backed with Baltic Blue Quilters Blenders quilt backing from our shop. I quilted it in butterflies for her with turquoise thread. A wonderful quilt, Bonnie! 🙂

Theresa’s Card Trick Quilt featuring Honey Bees!

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Theresa Rischar made this cute Card Trick quilt featuring lots of busy bees doing the things bees do! It uses lots of gold, yellow and black with the card trick blocks framed with a honeycomb print then bordered with a cute black bee themed print that’s all about the bees! I quilted it for her in what else? Bees! It’s just precious, Theresa! 🙂

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! 🙂