This quilt was brought to me by my client Maxine and was pieced by her friend in Texas. Two layers of high-loft batting was used to create the extra puffiness. It was quilted using the Stars & Loops Panto edge to edge.
A Billowy Pantograph pattern was placed across this quilt using Omni’s Little Boy Blue thread.
Log Cabin Block Quilt
A collection of colors were combined to create this quilt top…
A cute Scottie Dog applique wall hanging…
I must start this post by saying “I have never seen such excitement from a client until now.” When I received the request to create a quilted wallhanging for a graduation present, my mind went into overdrive. My client already had a plan and after a short meeting the idea was put into motion. I had just 14 days from start to finish in order to meet her requested deadline date and with Varanda’s excitement how could I refuse. There are t-shirts, fabrics and photos that make up this special gift.
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.