Here's another TShirt Quilt I've been working on for the past week or so. There were So Many! tshirts I almost couldn't fit them all in! but I did! :) Measures 70x90" flames pantograph quilting. Black Hobbs 80/20 batting. Superior thread.
This will be used on the fireman's bunk at the station, hope he likes it.
I made and quilted this Boy Scout tshirt quilt for a client last week. (and by "Made" I mean designed and stitched together!). She was very excited to see the end product after handing me a pile of tshirts and I'm glad she liked it. I constructed the "order of the arrow" and the green "fleur-de-lis" blocks by appliquing the design motifs onto cotton background fabric. Pantograph; Stacked snails, by Patricia Ritter.
This is a clients quilt I just finished up. First attempt at this "random" quilting design technique and I think it turned out beautifully! While it does require forethought in design placement it was so much fun! Watch for it in local quilt shows!
Here's what I've been working on this past week. The client was very happy with the quilt as it is a surprise gift for her son...I hope he enjoys and loves it too! I used tshirts (of course!) cotton fabrics, cotton backing, 1 layer cotton batting and a swirled pantograph pattern.
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day! Sue
Great news for this little lovely! Taking a Merit Award in the Lodi Quilt Show! Congrats!
Here's a customer quilt I recently completed. It is constructed from bridal/bridesmaids satins. ~45x80" Superior threads; Magnifico, Fantastico and Bottom Line, single layer poly batting supplied by the customer. I provided several hand guided free motion design examples and this is what she chose...I think it turned out pretty.