Tag Archives: Longarm Quilting
One of the panels in a recent quilt. I have had so much fun running my machine on manual and drawing with it! I’ve used monopoly for the top thread for the fish and Bottom line for background and bobbin.
I know I haven’t been posting much this summer, despite having so much to share. I’ve been busy in my studio though, here’s a little peek.
Another quilt finished today, this was pieced from different types of Minke fabrics as well as some cottons and flannels and a thick, very plush back. Again my machine comes through, beautiful stitches front and back!
Every now and then a quilt comes in with something I haven’t quilted before. (Not very often, after 9 years I’ve quilted a lot of quilts!) I just finished this one this morning, cotton and chenille top and flannel back. … Continue reading
My quilting journey has taken me through so many phases, styles, patterns, loves, likes and dislikes. It really all started when I watched “Little House on the Prairie” and fell in LOVE with their “blankets”. When I said to my … Continue reading
I’ve had several people ask me for this pattern. My friend Alva has demonstrated the block at Thunder Bay Quilters Guild. One note about her quilt is that the fabrics came from a fatquarter bundle of flannels. Each block consists … Continue reading