Denise C. from Texas purchased a Marty Mouse pattern from us at the Dallas Quilt Show. She said she knew exactly how she was going to use it…to “paint” the child’s name on a quilt. We think her quilt is adorable! Do you agree?
Helen E from Michigan created a Safari Animal Quilt using four of our patterns: Ludwig Lion, Tomas Tiger, Mortimer Monkey and Ellingham Elephant. She reduced each pattern 20-30% so that each animal would fit into a 15.25” square. The finished quilt is 44” square. The gorgeous machine quilting was done by JaneQuilts.com. Great idea…great quilt! […]
Joann F from Florida stitched quilts for her two great grandchildren, Myrtle Turtle for Elizabeth and Ludwig Lion for Kristofer. Myrtle was appliqued in hot pinks with a blanket stitch around the edges. Ludwig was made a bit larger with the addition of a wide border in the background fabric. Beautiful work, Joann! We hope […]
Sep 10, 2016 / Comments Off on Kathi and Shawna L / Sharon Lyon
Mother and Daughter quilters, Kathi and Shawna L, chose Whoo’s in the Cabin? to make and donate to the Denton Quilt Guild Kids Kwilt Challenge. They ended up winning Best of Show and Kid’s Choice Awards for the entry in December 2014! All of the fabrics are from a Moda fabric line, with the challenge […]
Aug 20, 2016 / Comments Off on Charlene S / Sharon Lyon
Charlene S from New Jersey chose Ellingham Elephant to make as a gift. To create a larger finished size, she stitched additional background blocks and centered the elephant. She finished the edges of the elephant with a blanket stitch. The background blocks were quilted on the diagonals. Quilting on the elephant itself added emphasis. Great job, […]
Joyce W. has one lucky granddaughter. She chose our Bearly a Month pattern and stitched the bears as individual wall calendars. At the bottom of each she machine embroidered the name of the month, adding special flourishes and graphics. Thank you for sending the photos, Joyce!
Patty G. from Vista, California chose our Just Trucks Quilt pattern to stitch. She said in an email, “I’m so excited to have completed my quilt top using your cute pattern. It was a labor of love doing the appliqué the old fashion way. As you can see I changed some of the truck designs […]