Rabbit Scrap Quilt (back)
Rabbit Scrap Quilt (close up)
Rabbit Scrap Quilt (front)
I save my scraps from trimming quilts or left over bindings and then sew them together to make strip quilts. This quilt was a gift for a beautiful friend facing uterine cancer. I found out that she likes pink and rabbits so I chose a soft pink snuggle fuzzy fabric for the backing and an adorable cheerful rabbit pattern to complete this quilt. It arrived in Denver the day of her surgery and the timing couldn’t be better. Love and prayers were in every stitch.
Dragonflies on Sunburst (close up)
Dragonflies on Sunburst (front)
Beautiful Appliqued Dragonflies dance on this sunburst fabric. I used the pattern to quilt rays in the background fabric and the effect just draws you in. The dragonflies really do seem to be superimposed over the sunburst and the effect is three dimensional!
Spring Time Sheep (back)
Spring Time Sheep (close up 2)
Spring Time Sheep (close up 1)
Spring Time Sheep (front)
I love the simple pattern, use of solid colors and sparse printed blocks. Add a quilting design with spring time animals and you have a baby quilt that is spectacular.
Rabbits Under the Full Moon (close up)
Rabbits Under the Full Moon (back)
Rabbits Under the Full Moon (front)
This quilt is a combination of computerized quilting in the four borders and free motion quilting in the center panel. Look closely and you will see a rabbit in the full moon. The computerized quilting is subtle on the front but hops out on the backing.
Pink and Purple Princess Quilt (back)
Pink and Purple Princess Quilt (front)
Could this princes quilt be any cuter? Perfect for a granddaughter that is the princess in your life. I love the quilting pattern that is both magical and royal and thrilled that it stands out on the backing fabric.
Drysden Wall Hanging (back)
Drysden Wall Hanging (close up)
Drysden Wall Hanging (back close up)
Dryden Wall Hanging (front)
There is a lot of quilting packed into this little wall hanging. Shhh, don’t tell anyone but I like the back a little better than the front. That’s what I consider a perfect quilt, when the front showcases the piecing and the fabrics and the quilting doesn’t pop until you see the back side of the quilt.
Doll Quilt (close up)
Doll Quilt (front)
First thing that I thought of when I saw this quilt was “It’s a Small World” from Disney. Bright colored borders bring out the colors in the blocks and simplified quilting keeps the focus on the International Dolls.