Another Mint Julep hot off the press! This happy version comes from Sharon P. who sent me these photos of the Mint Julep she just finished. Beautiful! And she did a fabulous job quilting it too….bubbles, cacti, leaves….and she said there was a piece of gecko fabric in there too…..good theme! Nice job Sharon and thanks for sharing.
I love seeing what you do with my patterns, so please don’t hesitate to send me pictures of your quilts. I most likely will put them up on my blog! And then you can tell everyone your quilt is on the internet! Wooo ooooo!
Two grandkids for Doug and Kari….two quilts, of course. But each daughter is a bit different in personality, so the quilts needed to match their unique styles. Hence one blue and gray quilt and one orange and green quilt. Both are done with my Tranquil Forest pattern, a great one for a crib-sized quilt.
I think this little baby and his pup look pretty happy, right?
You can piece the top of this table runner in an hour! Really! It has big pieces and goes together fast. I did a fall version of this, and check out Sheila’s License to Quilt website to see a beautiful purple version. Download the FREE pattern and start in on this today!
Garden Gradation goes modern! I was inspired my my students in my last Garden Gradation class because they were modifying my pattern in various ways. And I thought, I should try that too! Old dog, new tricks! Woof. Anyway, I pulled these fabrics out of my stash (can you believe that?) and came up with this really modern version of Garden Gradation quilt. Then on the back I used a solid gray fabric. I went a little crazy with the quilting. Duh! That’s the way I am!
I hope you make one too! My next class for Garden Gradation is Sunday, September 29th from 9:30 am – 4 pm at Our Sewing Room in Springfield. I hope you will join us! Class fee is $40 and that includes my pattern. To sign up you can either call Our Sewing Room at 541-225-4857 or use my website shopping cart.