Longarm Quilting Designs

This longarm quilting design was inspired by one I saw from Laura Lee Fritz. Her book, Mindful Meandering has many freeform and casual designs for overall (edge to edge) quilting. I love her breezy style. Even though her book is geared towards longarm quilters, her designs can be adapted for home machines.

This t-shirt quilt needed just a touch of something wonderful and I think this design does the trick. Carol V. made this beautiful t-shirt quilt. T-shirt quilts are very fun to make (I have several) and no matter how you put them together, they work. I do love Carol’s tilted approach!

And if you are interested in this book, click on the link below which will take you to amazon.com to purchase it.

laura lee fritz book

Mindful Meandering: 132 Original Continuous-Line Quilting Designs

Happy quilting!

Support Local – Create! Eugene

Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt designed by Lisa Bee-Wilson

The folks at Create! Eugene wanted to list my Scrapalicious Class on their August event schedule, so of course I said yes. If you live in this area and you haven’t yet attended one of my Scrapalicious classes, well now is the time! It’s a recurring class held each month at Our Sewing Room in Springfield.

What is Create! Eugene you ask? Here is how they describe it on their website, “31 days. 100+ Workshops. August 2014. Create! Eugene offers a month-long celebration of arts in Eugene with creative workshops for all ages and abilities in addition to a plein air competition.” So whatever type of art you enjoy, check out their website and you will find something of interest for you!

Happy quilting!