Oriental Print Block by Susan H

Oriental Print Block by Susan H

This king size quilt has an elegance of its own before the quilting began.  Each print block was quilted with scroll work and the plain blocks were filled with a feather wreath design.  The borders were combined with one design.

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Pineapple Applique from Nancy R

Pineapple Applique from Nancy R

Crosshatching was used on each pineapple with a background design placed around them in the block.  Two separate borders wrap around this wonderful display of fruit.

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I’m Gone by Kaylee

I’m Gone by Kaylee

An adorable panel was used in this traffic quilt top.  The pattern Lost by Anne Bright was quilted edge to edge using Superior’s Fantastico thread on top and Bottom Line in the bobbin.

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Shades of Red by Janet R

Shades of Red by Janet R

This red, white & tan floral  was quilted edge to edge with a pattern called Gingko1 by Vickie Malaski.  Omni Colonial Gray thread on top and matching color Bottom Line thread in the bobbin.

Ready for the quilting frame...

Ready for the quilting frame…

Let the Quilting begin...

Let the Quilting begin…

Quilting complete...ready for binding

Quilting complete…ready for binding

Maxine B. Industrial Design

Maxine B. Industrial Design

Black, Green, Orange and Gray Blocks make up this quilt top and the flannel backing gives it an extra layer of warmth.  There were no flowers or swirls allowed in the quilting, so the pattern “Ric Rac” by Patricia Ritter filled the order perfectly.  Superior’s King Tut variegated thread gave it an extra bit of spice in the solid fabric areas.

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Maxine B. Oklahoma Twister for Kevin

Maxine B. Oklahoma Twister for Kevin

Oklahome Twister filled with two layers of high loft batting for extra puffiness.  Quilted with moose, bears, loons, depicting a wildlife theme.

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