Fused, machine appliqued. Quilted with double batting, Longarm quilted by me. IQI 2018 Challenge, my first time participating in the Challenge. The bird is a free pattern from Nancy Zieman’s blog. The tree is my design. Longarm quilted by Sue DiVarco. Design Source –
Wool applique on flannel. Embellishments and embroidery. Longarm quilted by me. A fun project to hang in my studio with some variation from the pattern. Longarm quilted by Sue DiVarco. Design Source –
Machine pieced, hand embroidery, longarm quilted. In the 90s I was a Girl Scout Leader for 6 years. The uniform blouse was an updated one, the “retired” uniform blouse was like the blue and yellow stripe in the sashing and backing. The vintage sash is mine from the 60s. I’m so glad to have itContinue reading “Kumbaya
Wool applique on batik. Longarm quilted with wool batting. A kit from Acorn Quilt Shop in Rockford, IL. Pattern is “Fit to Frame – #13” by Lori Smith.
Hand applique, hand embroidery, pieced sash, corded border insert, triple Prairie Points. Longarm quilted with wool batting and MicroQuilter thread by Sue DiVarco. Every quilter named “Sue” should have a “Sunbonnet Sue” quilt. So my mom made the blocks for my birthday and I added the embroidery. The pieced sash and curvy inset cording wasContinue reading “Sue’s Favorite Things
Machine pieced, colored with colored pencils. Longarm quilted by Sue DiVarco. The Dresden Blades were a kit from a Color workshop, but I changed out some of the colors in the kit – found this fabulous background fabric to color. Longarm quilted by Sue DiVarco.
Round Robin Challenge – machine piecing, hand applique, longarm quilting, embellished with buttons & yo-yo’s My 6 quilt bee friends challenged ourselves to do a Round Robin. Each made a Center block of our own choice of design & fabric, then sent it around the group, secretly. Following these design rules: Row 1 – triangles
Wool applique, machine pieced, longarm quilting, needlefelted wool My first wool applique project so I experimented with different types of wool. The background is wool coating – most wool scraps were purchased, but some I needlefelted from roving.