Lately, I have had lots of quilts to quilt. And with out internet, getting off early (when I had a job) and now that I don’t have one; I have lots of time to quilt. A quick list and description of them is as follows:
I quilted this one with rounded seams in the 9-patch and echo quilting around the initials and date.
This one has alternating stippling and angled spirals in the rectangles and triangles.
Her other son likes Crown Royale. He collected bags and insisted on using them on a quilt. As for quilting, the bags are outlined inside and out, a spiral in the diamonds and meander through out the rest.
I just picked up a polka dot quilt from her, photos of the quilting to come.
For another return customer that deals with antiques, I quilted a quilt with antique hankies made in to the skirts of society girls. The girls are outlined and an all over meander is through out the white background and outside border. Other borders and sashing have a ¼ outline.
I have begun to quilt for my mom.
It began with a table runner made for her Bread and Butter Quilting Circle. It has rounded edges in the log cabin, stars in the centers, flowers in the bordering triangles, and diagonal ladders in the outside border.
This quilt is for the daughter of one of my cousins. The quilting contains rounded edges and stars in the blocks and a meander among the back ground.
And from a new client we have a red chain on white.