Machine pieced; machine quilted. Quilted by Amy Parker on a long-arm machine.
Machine pieced and machine quilted. I like working with solid colors in an improvisational manner.
Machine pieced and appliqued. Quilted by Barb Raisbeck. Staying home because of Covid left me time to finish this quilt. Not my usual style but it makes me happy.
Machine and free motion quilted. Assembled with quilt-as-you-go technique. Appliques of Sunbonnet Sue and OverallSam were originally on chair covers circa1940’s. I purchased them as a rummage sale for $10. Each is framed with improvisational strips in a log cabin pattern. Walking foot and free-motion quilted.
Machine quilted with walking foot and free-motion quilted with various colors of thread. Creating a fabric collage is like painting with fabric. Background is machine quilted with walking foot. Foliage is free-motion quilted with various color threads.
Machine stitched applique, hand quilted. Assembled with quilt-as-you-go technique. Scrap fabrics were used for this combination of raw-edge applique and string quilting on a foundation. Machine applique and hand quilted.
Pieced with purchased hand-dyed fabric, machine quilted. I was experimenting with curved pieces and liked the way these seem to float against the background like UFOs, or as the government prefers to call them, un-identifed aerial phenomena.
Fused, machine appliqued, machine quilted. This landscape recalls our trip rafting through the Gates of Lodore section of theGreen River in Utah.
Machine pieced and quilted, Cherrywood fabrics. Simple half-square triangles allow for so much variety!