Here’s all the customer quilts I worked on in February, in no particular order because the photo uploads get mixed up. It was a busy month as I had a long burst of energy, lots of drop offs, and I tackled things like never before.
Loops on a disappearing 9 patch Christmas quilt.
And SURPRISE! There was a panel in the middle. Did you know that you can insert a panel into ANY quilt pattern that has 6″ blocks? 9″ blocks work too.
Super cute and calm baby quilt. The back was flannel.
Straight lines in the ditch on this stunning poppy panel.
Black and white and red and meander all over.
This is a corn and beans quilt block, but this customer has such an exquisite gift of color, all this needed was outlines in specific areas – not all seams.
I roughly chalked out areas to keep track of where I was going to stitch. Ruler works on all those diagonals.
Pinwheels of multiple sizes! These were all leftovers from other projects. It has a minkie back. Yes, I did even more loops.
This is yet another mystery quilt done by a member of the Elm City quilt guild. She asked for “something fancy” in the white areas.
The back is so pretty.
Purple batiks in a braid design. I did long swoopy feathers and a separate border treatment.
Gorgeous neutrals on this and we decided on scrolls for a delicate texture to match the look and feel of the quilt top itself. Such perfection.
This quilt was mostly finished, with some quilting and already closed edges. There were also extra pieces destined to be pillowcases.
I just emphasised some of the existing seams lines and filled in large spaces to secure the layers.
Snowmen! This guy kept me company as I did even more loops all over this one.