Halloween Witch

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Halloween Witch

When I saw this Halloween panel, I couldn’t resist buying it for myself. I added a black and charcoal border and then quilted it with monofilament thread. Quick and easy and now my favorite quilt to cuddle up with before the spooky holiday.

Grandmas Flower Basket

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Grandmas Flower Basket

This was a vintage quilt top that had laid unquilted for years. I added a yellow backing and beautiful flower design to complete this flower basket quilt. You can almost smell the roses!

Halloween Nightmare

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Halloween Nightmare

I had so much fun making this Halloween scrappy quilt for my daughter. I used a metallic purple and black thread to quilt a spooky curl design and embroidered a custom label. Best of all, I gifted it to her on my birthday.

Golden Garden Flowers

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Golden Garden Flowers

The tricky part of quilting this quilt was not the ruler work in the pieced border or even the miles of stippling. It was holding up the raw edges of the flower applique with one hand and my other hand guided the machine to outline the flower shape under the previous layer. This is going to look fabulous when the raw edges start to fray!

Blooming Things

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Blooming Things

With just a little bit of contrast white background fabric these blocks are defined and the stacked appearance is bold and center stage. Turquoise thread is also bold on the purple border and backing making the flower quilting design a canopy of blooming things.

Teething Ring

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Teething Ring

Little bunnies and flowers make an adorable quilting pattern for this baby quilt. Terrific layout for baby quilt that comes together quick and easy. I can pictures all sorts of variations in colors and fabrics, can’t you?

Subtle Sunflowers

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Subtle Sunflowers

The more I quilt sunflowers, the more I love sunflowers. I used a light golden yellow thread and the texture it gives the background/border fabric is incredible. I couldn’t grow prettier flowers than this!