Customer Quilts

Three more lovely customer quilts.
First up is Martha’s with Camellias pantograph.

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Next is Betty’s quilt in tan’s, brown’s, grey and gold’s. Really gorgeous colors. I used a golden yellow thread and Feather Fancy pantograph. The photo doesn’t show the beautiful depth of color because it’s such a dreary day.

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Last and largest quilt at king size is Judy’s. She used beautiful fall colored fabrics with a brown border. Pantograph is pretty paisley. A pantograph that is turning out to be popular.

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Thanks quilters for letting me quilt your quilts.

Linda

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Quilts At MidAtlantic Quilt Festival

My friends and I recently returned from the MidAtlantic Quilt Show in Hampton, VA. We spent one day at the show and that wasn’t enough time to see all the quilts and visit vendors. So quilt viewing came first and then I stopped in to see vendors that were particularly interesting to me.

I stopped twice at Longarm machine vendors because I may sell my Gammill. I need to stop taking up 2 bedrooms in the house and a smaller machine would help. But big decisions such as this are tough.

The pictures I take at quilt shows are ones that are of particular interest to me which means the quilting part of the process. I probably have pics of more non-winning quilt than winning ones. Here’s the first installment.

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This next one is made from cheesecloth and thread. Awesome.

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My camera battery died at this point so I switched to my phone. Have no idea if the quality is any good or if I can get them off the phone. If all is good, I’ll post more another time.

I must get working on the binding for a customer’s double wedding ring quilt. Been procrastinating.

Thanks for stopping by.

Linda