Carole Hennen pieced this Patriotic Red, White & Blue quilt! The red & white / blue & white blocks alternate with the blocks made from the bold stars and stripes print. The red frame and white tone on tone stars border tie it all together to make a great quilt! Our quality Hobbs Heirloom batting is inside, and the quilt is backed with Blue Quilters Blenders backing from our shop. I quilted it in “Star Spangled” using gold thread and made the binding from the same material it’s backed with. Happy Birthday to the USA! 🙂
We have New Stars and Patriotic Prints in stock! Plus, lots more that’s new…
Lady Bird Quilts carries a great assortment of military and patriotic prints along with the colors you need to create something special to honor a veteran or celebrate America! We’re proud of the USA and it is our pleasure to bring you these fine fabrics.
If you have a quilt top ready to be quilted, we can help you! With our IQ quilting system, we can stitch intricate designs with exceptional precision. We also make special memory quilts to order including T-Shirt and Military Quilts. See our work right here on the website.
Come for a visit, we’d love to see you! We are open all day Saturday from 10 to 5 and by appointment Tuesday through Friday.
Our Low “fair to all” Fabric Prices…
Cotton Solids – $6.00 to $7.00 per yard
Cotton Prints – $5.00 to $7.00 per yard
Batiks – $5.00 to $6.00 per yard
Licensed Prints – $9.00 per yard
108” Quilt Backing – $10.00 to $11.50 per yard
96” Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting (Natural) – $9.00 per yard
108” Hobbs 80/20 batting (White or Black) – $9.00 per yard
Fat Quarters – $1.00 each, bundles of 20 for $19.50
Fat Eights – 8 Fat Eighths in a pack for $5.99
Layer Cakes – 42 10” squares for $19.99
Mini Layer Cakes – 42 8” squares for $15.99
Jelly Rolls – 40 2½” strips for $19.99
Call or text 850-329-8276 or message us through Facebook Messenger.
Lady Bird Quilts is located 2 miles south of Greensboro at 2029 Bristol Highway, Quincy, FL. Just look for the big Fabric & Quilts sign on our shop! 🙂
Fall weather is finally here now and it’s a perfect time for Minnie Shuler’s Deer Throw! The central panel is a winter scene with three beautiful deer on a snowy day. Above and below are rows of blocks with eight-point stars surrounded by a print that evokes autumn leaves, this in turn is bracketed by a traditional looking star print. Concentric borders of coordinating prints frame it all beautifully. It is backed with Marblecious Camel quilt backing from our shop and has our warm but not too heavy Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting inside. I quilted it for her in a loose stipple. A perfect throw to cuddle up under this time of year! 🙂
Freida Ritter made this awesome patriotic Eagle Throw! The center panel depicts the bald eagle, our symbol of freedom flying above the Liberty Bell and both the original and current flags of the United States of America. It’s framed with red, white and blue prints anchored by superimposed 8 pointed stars in the corners. Hobbs Heirloom batting is inside and I quilted it in “Stars & Loops” for her using variegated red, white and blue thread. Freida made this one for herself and it is a beautiful sight to behold! 🙂
Patsy Willis made this T-Shirt quilt with 15 tees from the annual Greensboro Kiwanis July 4th Celebration and 5,000 Meter Run! This annual celebration has been put on by the Greensboro, Fl Kiwanis for many years and has become a community tradition. She sashed the shirts together with a White Stars on Blue print and bordered it with Red Stars on White. We stock many patriotic prints in our shop including stars, we also carry the Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting used inside. I meander quilted it for her using red, white and blue variegated thread. A wonderful quilt commemorating a great celebration! 🙂
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! 🙂