|These are my strip pieced blocks all stitched together. My plan is to back it with micro-fleece and stitch it together by machine, as seen in Brenda's I Spy quilt below. Any thoughts on what colour I should use?|
|The black and white quilt is almost finished! Bonnie machine quilted it on her long-arm machine with lots of free hand curves and swirls. Once the binding is completed, this one will be done! What a group effort!|
This one will go in a quilt sale for charity.
|This quilt was pieced by Bonnie and hand quilted by Anne. It's going to be given to charity for a|
fund-raising raffle in early summer.
|This was Heather's first quilt, which sat unfinished, until on a whim, she showed it to a machine quilter who said she could help finish it into a beautiful quilt. The quilting is really lovely, with lots of swirls in the sky.|
|Anne finished this quilt with her challenge blocks from our first challenge. All those fancy stitches on your machine can be used for quilting--this one is machine quilted with little decorative stars. Anne plans on donating this quilt to charity.|
|Karen started this quilt on the quilting retreat and she's almost done (and she has 3 young boys!)! It's quite stunning what she has done with such a novelty fabric. It's for one of her sons, so she had a bit of pressure there.|
|Stephanie finished this quilt for her sister's baby to be. Her sister was in the midst of a long labour as|
Stephanie was showing the quilt.
|Brenda made this I Spy quilt for a friend who is expecting. She backed it with micro-fleece and machine quilted along the lines of the blocks. The backing comes around to the front and is stitched down for an easy binding.|
A quick and cozy quilt.