Jeanette made this quilt. What a great pattern in each
of the blocks. It reminds me of snowflakes. I used a medium
blue polyester thread for the top and the backing.
An overall design called “Celtic Braid” was the
pattern of choice.
The piecing around the blocks helps the
snowflakes stand out even more.
A blue flannel is on the back of the quilt.
A close up of the quilting . Flannel really makes the
quilting stand out.
The border of the quilt is comprised of a nice
Eva made this quilt for her grandson. She is so
ingenious and one of those people who uses whatever
materials are around.
In this case, she used clean (unused boxer shorts) that
her grandson didn’t like. Eva chose a pattern and colors
to co-ordinate with all of the boxer colors. Did I mention
how creative she is as well?
On the backing of the quilt, she used leftover
boxer shorts. No fabric is safe when she is around.
I used a blue polyester thread for the top and the
backing. The “Swirl” panto was the pattern of
Ann created this beauty. It reminds me of spring and is
oh, so cheerful. Ann wanted a swirly design and this
one fit perfectly.
I used a brown polyester thread for the top and the backing.
The backing was a cheery yellow color as well.
The swirls are a quick panto to stitch out.
Karen found this snowman kit and created this quilt.
Each block is colored with crayons. What a great idea
to get kids involved with quilting!
Karen wanted a swirly design; it resembles a windy
snowy day for the snowmen. If you noticed, 3 of these
quilts have the same quilt pattern on them. Yet,
the design works with each of the different quilts
I used a blue grey polyester thread for the top and the
backing of the quilt.
The close up looks great. Karen used a grey flannel
for the backing too, it makes the quilt, oh so
warm and cuddly as well.
Have a great week.