Machine pieced & appliquéd. Machine quilted.
Machine pieced and machine quilted by Debbie Bookman. I had fun selecting the 54+ fabrics for this quilt. My biggest challenge was blocking the stars to make them lie flat and then trimming them!
Paper pieced. Machine quilted. I purchased this kit on a trip to Tennessee last fall & enjoyed paper piecing it over the winter. This was long-arm quilted by Debbie Bookman
Machine paper pieced, long arm quilted. In the last stages of piecing this quilt I decided to change out some of the “boring” fabrics to make it a little more colorful. Exquisitely quilted by Debbie Bookman.
Hand & machine pieced. Hand quilted, I love antique quilts and also basket quilts. So I said “yes” to this project presented to me by a friend. Some of the baskets had to be re-pieced so that they would all be the same size. The fabrics are circa 1930’s and 1940’s.
Machine piecing I used a mix of textiles: wool, cotton, silk, decorator fabrics and upholstery. The mix of fabric made for more difficulty in the stitching – – challenging, but fun!
Fussy cutting Anna Horner fabrics, machine piecing, binding technique byMelody Crust. Lynne Wilson Designs Long arm quilted by Sue DiVarco.
Machine pieced, machine quilted. This quilt was created from a stack of five-inch square shot cotton fabrics! So fun to slice them in half and arrange into the squares! Design Source – Original pattern.
Machine pieced and machine quilted by self. I made the blocks for this quilt at IQI’s March workshop. It was fun to create and piece. It is a great ‘lap’ warmer for watching TV on cold winter nights.