For those who follow my humble blog, thank you.
You may have noticed that it has grown and changed
recently. Don’t be alarmed, because you are still at my blog
but with a new face lift.
My brother in law helped me to create this new
website, which now contains my blog as well. So, if you
know of anyone needing a website developed, you can
email him, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even though the weather is dull outside, these quilts are
anything but dull.
Anne created this beauty. It resembles Canadian colors but with a
twist. Great job Anne!
Anne chose a red polyester thread, for the top and the backing. She
also chose a very simple design due to all the print on the top. It was
called “Swirls ” by Norma Sharp.
I love the colors of the backing fabric. The stitching does show up
on the backing of the quilt.
Dara made this quilt to celebrate Canada’s upcoming
150 years. What a great play on the Canadian Maple Leaf
Dara chose a cream polyester thread for the top and the
backing. And she chose “Maple Syrup” for the panto design.
You can see some of the swirls in the panto. This design also
has maple leaves strewn all across it so it it perfect for this quilt.
The backing shows off the emblems for the Province of Ontario
as well as the map of Canada. What a great idea!!
Bonnie made this quilt in honor of her daughter.
She also wanted the letter “L” to be stitched all over the quilt top.
I think it looks great and it makes my job easier when a client
knows exactly want they want on the quilt top.
I used a cream polyester thread for the top and the back of the quilt.
Hope you are getting lots of sewing and quilting in. Great weather for that.
Linking up to the Needle and Thread Network. Have a great week.