Sunday, January 15, 2012

Look What We've Been Quilting

We've been busy quilting since the first of the year. Here's some of the projects we have been working on.

Carolyn Steinkuehler pieced this small quilt in a workshop.  She chose to quilt it with Asian Leaves design in Baguette thread by Signature.  Check out her pieced back! 
LeAnn Keenen pieced this bright beauty using our FREE English Flower Garden pattern FREE English Garden Pattern.  Her outside border is the large floral in our Central Park line, and LeAnn chose a large selection of brights from her fabric stash.   LeAnn chose to quilt it with Loops and Swirls pattern in Daisy thread by Signature.
Lilas Brockman pieced this Rose & White quilt using a variety of her rose fabrics that she has collected since the 1980's.  Lilas is very particular about her piecing.  Her four-patch points match up perfectly.  Lilas chose to quilt it with Asian Leaves pattern in Victorian Rose thread by Signature.
Linda Huttman completed this quilt top in the same workshop as Carolyn Steinkuehler, above.  Linda chose Christmas fabrics for her quilt top.  Linda chose to quilt it with Stars & Loops pattern in Camel thread by Signature.
Another batik quilt from Mary Jo Bonsall's stash.  The only fabric that she had to purchase was the deep purple.  Then she used her leftovers for the next quilt.  Mary Jo chose to quilt it with Meandering Suns pattern in Berry Vine thread by Signature.
The leftover purple batiks make quite a splash in this quilt by Mary Jo Bonsall.  This quilt is from a Debra McAffrey pattern.  Mary Jo chose to quilt it with Asian Leaves pattern in Shrimp thread by Signature.  When Mary Jo brought in the quilt top, she told us that the shrimp thread choice took her out of her comfort zone, but as it turned out, the Shrimp was perfect to pull the oranges and pinks together.  What a stunning quilt!
Maxine Sick pieced this flannel throw featuring a panel and coordinating fabrics.  She chose to quilt it with Pine Trees pattern in Cranapple thread by Signature.
Maxine Sick used a variety of reds and whites in this bold, strip pattern.  She chose to quilt it with Flowers pattern in Scarlet thread by Signature.
This is the first of several quilts that Pat Trusty, Omaha, brought in for us to quilt.  We started with the largest.  Pat chose to quilt it with Pansy Up Down pattern in Baguette thread.

Pat owns an antique store in the Florence area of Omaha.  She also has space in one of the Walnut Antique shops.  She has a great collection of vintage fabrics.

Sharon Peterson cross-stitched each of the panels in this quilt top.  She chose fabrics from our shop, and Nancy Cook pieced the quilt before she left on her bike excursion across the lower half of the United States.  She chose to quilt it with Hearts and Loops pattern in YLI Monofilament thread.

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