Judy’s Celtic Wall hanging seemed to call for a Celtic themed pattern. I used a Celtic block from Digi-tech, designed by Jessica Schick. I had to do some splitting to get the triangles for the corners. It worked out well and Judy was very pleased with the texture. She intends to hang it where it will get side light from the morning sun.
Quilting detail of the Celtic wall hanging.
Frances’ large tumbler quilt is a gift for her great nephew. The greens and blues give a watery feel, so I quilted it with “Fancy Fish”, a design by Vickie Malaskie (designsbyvickie.com)
The design looks great on the plain black backing.
Judy’s Fairy Panel quilt was a delight to quilt. The centre has a dragonfly design by Vickie Malaskie (designsbyvickie.com). The white border has a rope pattern designed by Shannon Hicks.
The quilt is a gift for Judy’s daughter, who picked out the panels when they were shopping together at a quilt store.
Eleanor made this king sized quilt for a young couple recently married. She calls it “Joy”. I quilted it with “Oh My Feathers” panto.
Quilting Detail of Joy
Evelyne’s Batik Blueberry Patch quilt looked wonderful when it came off the frame. This is a photo of Evelyne explaining the quilt at the guild Show and Tell.
On and Off the frame today – Evelyne’s scrappy blue quilt was quilted with Keryn Emmerson’s Bramble Panto with a pale blue So Fine thread.
Judy’s well-pieced Bargello wallhanging quilted with a freehand fire design. Looks good! I used three different colors of thread, changing the thread to as the colorway changed so that the thread continued to blend well with the piecing design.
More quilting detail