Thursday, October 29, 2020

What's on the Frame Today? Marcia D's Cleveland Indians quilt

 What's on the Frame Today? Marcia D's Cleveland Indians quilt. This was a Sonflower Quilts Scrap Happenin' class, using a pattern called Katie by GE Designs. Marcia chose the quilting pattern Interlocking Dots (looks like baseballs). Then we used a variegated red, white and blue thread called Freedom.

 

 


 

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

What's on the Frame Today? Marcia D's Balloons quilt

 What's on the Frame Today? Marcia D's Balloons Quilt. Marcia chose the quilting pattern Interlocking Bubbles. Then we used a varieagated red, green, blue and yellow thread called Pharaoh's Tales.

 

 


 

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Jan L's "Made in USA" quilt

 This is Jan L's "Made in USA" quilt. This pattern is by Edyta Sitar. Jan chose the quilting pattern Modern Stars. Then we used a Flax beige colored thread.

 

 

 


 

Friday, October 23, 2020

Sharon W's Friendship quilt

 Here's a quilt by Sharon W. that she named "Friendship Keeps the Heart Full". Sharon chose the quilting pattern Jungle Leaves 2 - one of my new patterns and the first time I used it. Then Sharon chose a beautiful golden tan thread called Raffia.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Thursday, October 22, 2020

What's on the Frame Today? Margie S's Stonehenge Brights quilt

What's on the Frame Today? Margie S's Stonehenge Brights quilt. Margie chose the quilting pattern Orange Peel. Then we used a variegated black and white thread.

 

 


 

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

What's on the Frame Today? Kristin P's "Connie's Lakehouse Quilt"

What's on the Frame Today? Kristin P's quilt she calls Connie's Lakehouse Quilt. Kristin used the piecing pattern called Yellow Brick Road. The fabric line is called Flower Garden Gatherings. Kristin chose the quilting pattern Interlocking Swirly Flower. Then we used a variegated thread called Caravan.

 

 


 

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

What's on the Frame Today? Penny N's vintage hexagon quilt

What's on the Frame Today? Penny N's vintage hexagon quilt. This quilt was hand pieced by her aunt and was made possibly out of her grandmother's dresses. Penny chose the quilting pattern called Bubbly. This pattern worked very well for this quilt - it was dense enough, but not too dense. Then it was interlocking, so it really stabilized these fragile materials. Then we chose a variegated beige/gray thread called Desert Wind.

 

 


 

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