Alright, not any piecing going on, but April sure got a work out with all the frame quilting!! First up are a couple of quilts for a woman in our area that takes in foster kids. She likes to give all the kids blankets. Right now she has a couple of boys. I pieced the jelly roll quilts and Tom quilted, he did a great job didn't he???
|Blue Jelly Roll Quilt - Inside out Pantograph, Hobbs Poly down batting, glide thread on top, bottom line in the bobbin |
|Back of Blue Jelly Roll Quilt|
|Orange Jelly Roll Quilt - Pantograph Ebb and Flow, Hobbs poly down batting, glide thread on top, bottom line in bobbin|
|Orange jelly roll back - seriously love this fabric!!|
|Orange jelly roll detail |
Here's one of the H2H quilts - I had a set of fat quarters and this is quilt 2 of three that came from the fat quarters. I've had this one done for a while now. I've used it once or twice watching tv. It has poly down batting in it. I've always thought that I was a cotton batting kinda girl, but I gotta say, this light warm batting may be making me change my mind. I love the lightness of it and it's really warm.
|H2H 1 - Jelly Roll quilt - Pantograph - Fanfare - Hobbs poly down batting, Glide thread on top, bottom line in bobbin|
The last quilt on the frame is Lily Patch Quilts
. Kim won the giveaway for quilting, she wanted feathers. Ya, right, of course I LOVE feathers!!! I love scrappy quilts, there were so many wonderful fabrics. I kept looking at them thinking that so many individual fabrics were my favorites. Really, I think it's the way all of them fit together as a whole that just amazes me. Loved this one.
|On the frame one last border to go!|
|Lily Patch Quilts - leftovers - Hobbs 80/20 Batting, Glide on top, Bottom Line in the bobbin.|
|Left overs - detail |
|Left Over back |
|Left overs out side, colors are fairly accurate - it was a bit breezy and it's a big quilt!!|
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