This scrappy nine patch is another small quilt made by Ruth for one of her grandchildren. The quilting design is Leaf Pile by Keryn Emmerson, an Australian designer. The allover pattern is a great choice for this quilt. The thread is a gold poly that gives definition to the pattern without competing with the scrappy nature of the quilt.
The pastel nine patch was made by Ruth, using up scraps she has collected over many decades of sewing. For quilting, we chose an all-over pattern called Petunia by Nancy Giessler. The thread is a light blue poly both on top and in the bobbin. The backing is a large flora chintz in colours that coordinate with the top.
Ruth plans to give the quilt to one of her grandchildren.
This bright and happy nine patch quilt pieced by Ruth, a 97 year old quilter, is well suited to an overall quilting design. Because the quilt has a dark purple backing, we chose a medium purple poly thread on top and Bottom Line in the colour Plumber for the bobbin.
Ruth plans to give this quilt to one of her grandchildren.
This scrappy tumbler quilt was pieced by Christine as a donation to the guild’s community outreach program.
The quilting pattern, Denali by Anne Bright, was quilted with a teal coloured poly thread with Superior Bottom Line in the bobbin. The curvy design softens the angles of the tumbler blocks.
This makes a great scrap quilt for a donation. Well done!
The warm, rich colours of this reproduction sampler make a fabulous quilt. This is Cathy’s first quilt! What a fabulous result!
The quilting design, Damask, by Anne Bright gives an old fashioned feel to the quilt. The thread is Superior So Fine in a dark gold with Superior Bottom Line in the bobbin.
This very well pieced quilt features fussy cut snowmobiles in an Ohio Star and Snowball pattern. It is a gift for Christine’s grandson, an avid snowmobiler. Lucky fellow!
The quilting pattern is roaring snowmobiles, a design by Kim Diamond. The thread is a light blue Bottom Line on both the top and bottom.