A Sunset in May!
Hope the pieces of your life are coming together!
The Inner Shadow Box Diamond In A Square Pattern Is In The Frame!
It took about 2 hours to put the quilt markings on this wall hanging! Before I start quilting, I will baste the edges with black thread and take the pins out. The wall-hanging is 40.5″ x 41″ is layered with a gray poly fill batting and will be hand quilted with black quilting thread. This quilt is for sale and can be purchased by clicking the STORE button found at the top of this post.
I’ll keep you posted with the quilting progress along the way~!
The Americana Flannel Flag Wall-Hanging is Finished. This little quilt is 25.5″ x 19.75.” This quilt is for sale and can be purchased by clicking the STORE button found at the top of this post.
Here are a few pictures of this little quilt in progress.
One end of the quilt is rolled.
The quilt is rolled on each end. I mark my quilts with light colored pencil that gently rubs off or comes off in the wash. I’ll show you my box of quilting stencils I have collected over the years in another post.
A close up of the quilting on the Ohio Star Pattern.
Hope you’re having a great day!
The Next Quilt on Deck to Be Quilted is a Shadow Box Wall-Hanging!
The Shadow Box Quilt Pattern came from a book called, Country Quilts in a Day: Using Strip Quilting & Other Speed Techniques by Fran Roen. I love the title of the book: Country Quilts in a DAY…it never happened that way for me, but it sure has been fun trying to sew quilt tops together in a day!
I sewed this top together over 20 years ago! Oh My!
Warmer Days Mean Quilting Can Be Done on the Deck!
This is a picture of the Clorax Pen Vacation Quilt on the back deck. I have finished quilting this one!
I have 3 different sets of C-Clamps and various sizes and lengths of pine boards, and a large collection of quilting thumb tacks I use to fit any size, large or small, quilt in a frame. I sometimes have three different quilts set in their quilt frames to work on at any one time.
Happy Memorial Day Weekend!
The Amish Colored Star Baby Quilt All Rolled Up!
This is what the Amish Colored Baby Star Quilt looks like with it’s colorful edging.
The quilt is 45.5″ x 44.” This quilt is for sale and can be purchased by clicking the STORE button found at the top of this post.
Contact me at email@example.com if you would like to buy this quilt for yourself or for a gift for a little one!
The Blue Charming Coins Doll Quilt Is Completed and Looking Good!
This is the little quilt in the frame, ready to be basted, and the pins taken out.
A close up of the hand quilting process.
The quilt is still in the frame after it was finished being quilted~!
I am setting the quilt free of the frame by taking the C-clamps off of the corners of the wood and removing the large push pins.
The little quilt is completely out of the frame, and on the table before the extra fabric is trimmed off and the edging is sewn in place.
A close up of the quilting on the back.
The finished quilt is 23.5″ x 18.” This is what the quilt looks like after the edging is sewn in place and hand tacked down on the back and then washed! I love the antique shrinking look!
I put a Little Americana Flannel Quilt in the frame today!
I sewed this 26″ x 22″ top together in the late 90’s, back when I was still practicing the Ohio Star pattern found on the left corner. You can tell that I was still new to what I was doing, because the points of the inner star are not even!
Nevertheless, it’s time has come to be quilted.
Happy Friday to you!
The Amish Colored Star Baby Quilt is finished!
It is approximately 45.5″ x 44.” This quilt is for sale and can be purchased by clicking the STORE button found at the top of this post. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to buy this quilt for yourself or for a gift for a little one!
I used a chicken wire quilt stencil from The Stencil Company from Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania on the last area that needed quilted.
Being as I grew up in Western Pensyl-tucky, it was a joy to receive the 6 stencils I ordered wrapped in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette Newspaper. The Stencil Company was quick with the order and receiving the patterns so fast aided me in finishing this quilt! A link to The Stencil Company website can be found HERE.
I am working on the multicolored edging and will post a completely finished picture soon!
Hope the pieces of life are coming together for you!
The Blue Version of the Charming Coins Doll Quilt is almost ready to be quilted!
This 20.5″ x 25.5″ doll quilt is marked and in the frame. I need to baste the edges and take the pins out.
I’m looking forward to quilting this project, because the soft shades of blue and the light tan colors are soothing to me!
Blessings on your day!
I’m quilting the Amish Colored Star Baby Quilt.
I’m making progress…
slowly but surely.
This quilt should be done within the next week.
I’m still thinking about the quilting pattern I want to use in the unmarked space shown above. I have a few ideas in mind! Check back later for an update to see how the quilt is progressing!
Hope the pieces of life are coming together for you!
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