A Lori Smith design from Quilted from the Heart. This was a kit for a quilt of the month I participated in from the quilt shop in East Tawas, Michigan. They have a huge selection of BOM's that are awesome. I have September, October, and November done in this series with 9 more to go.
A Pat Sloan design. I love fall fabrics....can you tell? This is one of my first needleturn applique projects that Pat Sloan taught when she came to our guild. She does a wonderful program with her husband, Gregg, if you are looking for a program for your guild.
So simple....a panel with one border. My fall fabrics again. Just did some fancy machine quilting. It was up in the quilt shop for a short time before it sold all the panels.
Another block of the month from Quilt N' Go that Pat Willis, a local
quilter, designed. Some wool pieces add some texture as well as plaids and
English paper piecing with some beading and embroidery. Wallhanging. Hand appliqued and machine quilted by Hand Quilter.
From Chloe's Designs, Hibiscus. Raw edge machine applique and machine quilted by Hand Quilter.
From Blackbird Designs. This was hand appliqued, needle-turn method. Background was pieced by machine and machine quilted. Queen-size quilt by Hand Quilter.
Pat Sloan design. Machine applique using buttonhole stitch. Machine quilted by Tina Schrader.
My first larger quilt done by hand applique, needle-turn method. Machine quilted. Lap-size by Hand Quilter.
This One Block Wonder with cubes quilt was raffled at the Marshall Quilt Show in 2009. It was quilted by Tina Schrader.
This was my first One Block Wonder quilt with cubes. It took several start overs at the design wall to get this one put together. I machine quilted this finally on the longarm quilting machine at Everlasting Stitches in Holt, Michigan, The owner, Pam, rents her machine. And of course, I love her fabrics.