Wednesday, September 28, 2016

FireFighter TShirt Quilt

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.

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a wonderful Day! 

Monday, September 12, 2016

Boy Scout Tshirt Quilt

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.

thanks for stopping by! have a great day!

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Sneak Peak- Tula Pink City Sampler

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!

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Monday, July 11, 2016

Tshirt Quilt

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.

Pretty Cool!

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!  Sue

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Bridal Fans - Update

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.