What a beautiful quilt made by members of the Plantation Quilt Guild and quilted by me. It’s a raffle quilt to be given away at their quilt show in February of 2019. The pattern was a freebie from Sharon Schamber many years ago. I believe it was the quilt that Sharon made and designed for her daughter’s wedding quilt. The original was constructed with 30’s fabric I believe. Totally different look here but I love it!
Wow, I really love Pam Holland and her fantastic creations and photography. Got a chance to take a class from her just a few weeks ago. Geraldine is definitely my favorite giraffe! Mine is in the middle of this group. Everyone’s really turned out great. I have the quilting to do on mine. About half of that quilting is done on a domestic machine…boy am I in trouble. I will finish with quilting the background on my longarm! I believe Pam in my favorite teacher!!!
Last off the longarm. What a cute panel and a gift in the making for a grandchild. I haven’t seen this panel before but I really love it. The panel was bordered in stars so a blended star pattern was what I chose to do the quilting with. It will certainly be a favorite of a special little girl!
So much catching up to do, can’t believe that I was so busy these past two years that I’ve let my blog go. Promise, more to come. I’ve been playing with paper crafting – what a fun thing, love my Silhouette Cameo, and really play with Alcohol Ink art media and glitter and more glitter to embellish the double walled stainless steel tumblers. I’ll try to add more tomorrow. Missed ya all!!!