Good morning friends! We survived our show this weekend and we are going to be working on a quilt top today, resting some, and watching some football!
I pieced this Meadowland myself. I love all the gold tones and fall colors. It’s my favorite time of the year as I really love the color orange right now! I got the bundle of fabric from Southern Charm Quilts and it was just the perfect match of fabrics. She has lots of fabric and some really cool patterns. January I want to make her Anthology quilt!
We are also super excited to be working on Suzy’s quilt top from Suzy Quilts. It’s from her Shine sew along and I can’t wait to get it on the LongArm!!
We also have 3 tshirt quilts and 5 full quilt finishes to get done by Christmas so with that being said our cut off for Christmas delivery is November 15. After that I can’t promise I will get the quilts back but I sure as heck will try!
All well workshop has a beautiful pattern for quilted coats and we will be working on these for our next fall show. We will have a long and short version. I’m super excited about that! I want one for myself so bad that I can’t wait to get started on them! Do you prefer shirt or long?
Well I am off of here now. Must pickup and cleanup the house from being gone all weekend. We hope you have a great Sunday!
Hello friends! I worked on this Carpenter’s Star quilt that my client dropped off yesterday! I just couldn’t wait to work on it. She had picked a beautiful variegated thread in colors of deep yellow, cream, and brown. A very bold move that I was anxious to see how it would look. She chose the edge to edge Deb’s Oakleaf from Urban Elementz.
She loves dense quilting. I do too. The texture turned out awesome! The last picture is of the back. I think the thread color really blended well with the fabrics she used. What do you think? I love it and can’t wait for her to see it!
Do you love colored thread? I’m usually one that sticks to cream colored thread but on this next quilt we used a rose colored thread.
This quilt was made by a bunch of quilters. Each block a quilter made and sent in to Amanda who pieced them all together. She sent it to me to be Longarmed. We gifted it to a friend who was going in for a double mastectomy.
I loved seeing all the colorful stars. Each made with love. We used the panto Midnight Sparkle. I huge favorite of mine and so many quilters!
The really neat God thing that happened totally on it’s own is each Star got a sparkle star right in the middle of it. Is that like magic? I could not have ever lined that up by myself. Truly a miracle!
Life is such a handful of miracles. If only we’re open to seeing them! Have a great weekend friends!
Hello Wednesday friends! I hope this finds you doing well. Times have been busy here. We are currently working on quilts, baby quilts with crib bedding and such for our shows this fall! We will be at the Chandelier Barn Market this fall and Christmas! We are so excited!
We’ve had the opportunity this week along with our regular Longarm Quilting to work on this Quilt of Valor! These quilts that come from the Quilts of Valor are donated to a veteran. The quilt maker volunteers her time and the Longarm quilter donates her quilting and batting. We all work together to make a large quilt to be given to the Veteran at a little celebration! It is another way to give back and we are all about that!
We also obtained some old vintage quilted tops. In fact they are handstitched and they are amazing! We are going to be repairing these and quilting them and making quilted coat tops! This is another one of our missions that we are working on. For every 10 quilted coats we sell we will be personally handing out a coat to a homeless person in Indiana. We hope that you will help us with this mission by donating quilt tops for this project! As a quilter and person with a heart for serving and caring for others I believe this will be a good way to give back. IF you would like to personally get involved please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our website here on the contact page!
We would also love to be able to supply a hat and gloves with these coats. So if you would like to donate those that would be great. We will start handing out the coats this fall for the winter season 2020-2021. We would love to now but it just takes time and resources and those are being used in other areas too. But we should definitely be up and running with the coats this fall!
Well I guess that is about it for now! We are working on two quilt alongs and will have that information for you tomorrow! Have a great day!