Because I am still working on an applique quilt, I will play catch up
and show you some completed quilts from before Christmas.
I am guessing that Lynn created this quilt.
I used a light blue polyester thread for the all over design. The panto is called
One of the blocks in the quilt. I love the blue in this block.
The backing of the quilt. Pieced backings are a great way to use
up left over blocks. Nothing gets wasted when it comes to quilting
Another quilt that was completed before Christmas. The “Friendship Star”
is a great traditional quilt block to make.
The variety of colors adds interest to this quilt top as well. I used a
blue polyester thread for the top and the backing. “Popcorn” is the
name of the overall design used on the quilt top.
The backing is pieced as well; the batiks are a great fabric to use as well.
A close up of the backing.
Another finished quilt that was created by Anne.
A close up of the blocks in this quilt. “Snowball” is the name of
the overall design on this quilt.
The backing shows off the quilting beautifully.
Anne also created this beauty; I really love the batiks in this
There are even snowflakes printed on the fabrics.
Anne also used up some of her floral print fabric for this table runner.
It is quite charming and would make a lovely gift for someone. I think that
is what Anne was planning on doing with it.I used a clear monofilament
thread to stitch around all the flowers. Why use an all over design when
Anne has gone through so much effort to piece this together?
The backing is great as well. I love the Poinsetta fabric. Totally Christmas
all way round.
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