I love this silly bear! This is one of the four animals that come in the Zoey’s Zoo pattern by Sassafras Lane, and maybe my favorite =]
He looks a little scared - like maybe he just got caught with his paw in the cookie jar!
I made this quilt for our neighbors newest grandson. HIs name is George W. - what does W. stand for you ask?….Absolutely nothing, just W., and yes, this little newborn his the 5th George W.!!
I love the fabric I found in my stash for the binding - it looks like I picked it all out at the same time! And, the label is sometimes the step we tend to skip at the end of our projects, But we have a super easy tutorial here that requires no hand sewing!!
I custom quilted George’s quilt with all sorts of textures - circles, swirls, loops, straight serpentine lines and zig zags.
Mary Sardello made this critter quilt for her son! This was Mary’s first attempt at a large quilt - and she did a great job!
I quilted the circles with a spiral, the squares with a wavy Greek Key, and filled in the background with a square meander using a primary variegated thread!
Pat Lyman made this fun veggie quilt for a friend!
Quilted with an overall scroll pattern.
This beautiful quilt by Sheryl Hobbs is like a fresh Caribbean breeze! Teal is probably my go-to fabric choice!
I quilted this beauty with an overall echoed daisy and swirl!
These colors are so happy! Julie Connelly made this fabulous quilt.
Quilted with a fun feather swirl.
This is an awesomely bright and fun quilt made by Sue Trowbridge!
The “color blocked” quilt really appeals to me!! I quilted this with an overall free flowing feather.
And this is the back - also pretty amazing!!
This is truly a work of art! Charlene Duran did an amazing job on this gorgeous redwork Christmas quilt.
I quilted this with a holly/swirl border, a horizontal meander fill, a swirl in the pinwheel squares and a snowflake in the solid squares.
Cheryl Tucker who works at The Quilt Store, recently made our Churndash Court quilt. It is the perfect baby sized quilt, or would look great as a wallhanging - maybe think holiday fabrics…
I love the yellow, gray and white fabrics she chose!
I quilted this one with wavy lines in the strips and a fun free flowing feather fill in the churndash.
Head over to see this adorable quilt in person at The Quilt Store, and grab a pattern for yourself!!
Kay Ohala made this bright cheery kids quilt!
The bug fabric she used is adorable!
Quilted with an overall swirl.
Jennifer Baker made this very sweet quilt for her newest baby niece!
I quilted her name and filled in the background with swirls.