Baby Owls and Animals (close up)
Baby Owls and Animals (front)
Cute little panel quilt for a new grandbaby. The woman who pieced this said that her daughter loves owls so that is why this quilting design is full of owls. This turn out to be a quick and delightful quilt; ready just in time for the baby shower.
Baby Bubbles (back)
Baby Bubble (front)\
I love the color wash across this quilt. Because the backing had printed dots, I decided to use this pattern of circles for the quilting. The bubble effect is perfect for this little log cabin.
Baby Latte (close up)
Baby Latte (back)
Baby Latte (front)
The quilting takes this neutral quilt to all new levels. It still looks like a Latte but in a smaller size. The all over design has spikes and curls, very fun and contemporary. Would love to have a “Venti” latte and this quilt to enjoy then evening.
Asian Fans (close up)
Asian Fans (front)
Great contrast of Asian fabrics and white background. The piano key border is perfect for this quilt. If you look closely, I quilted Asian fans across the quilt with black thread, a great combination!
Let it Snow (close up)
Let it Snow (front)
Winter snow panels and printed blocks are pieced together for this cozy quilt. To finish it off, I quilted snowflakes in an all over pattern. Makes me want to curl up with a good book while the snow falls outside!
Yellow Bee Happy (back)
Yellow Bee Happy (front)
What a happy jelly roll quilt. I love the yellows, creams and grays. The quilting takes the happy to a whole new level with whimsical flowers and buzzing bees. I can’t imagine any other quilting pattern on this bright quilt.
Rainbow of Tumbling Blocks (close up)
Rainbow of Tumbling Blocks (back)
Rainbow of Tumbling Blocks (border)
Rainbow of Tumbling Blocks (front)
The best part of this quilt is that the woman who pieced it told me that her husband loves to just look at all the different designs made up by the shape of the blocks. Can you tell he is an engineer? So while I had a whole different idea on how to quilt it, the request was for straight line quilting and ditch quilting so that it didn’t limit all the optical viewpoints. I do like how the border compliments the rest of the quilt but isn’t a duplicate to the quilting in the center.