This is a beautiful Amish Quilt from our local quilt shop Gathering Fabric. It was quilted using black and turquoise thread to stitch out Anne Bright’s Little Sister set Ribbons. Also, Anita Shakelford’s Modern Lines were used to quilt the sashing. What a lovely quilt!
My friend Kathy Harris turned me onto the Missouri Quilt Company YouTube tutorials. I made this quilt using the Double Slice Layer Cake tutorial and a Macaroon Layer Cake. This quilt was super fast and super easy. The top was quilted using Digitechs Modern Maze. I think the modern quilting is a great accent to this quilt. So much fun!
This quilt may look familiar. Both Patty Cole and I made the same quilt from two of the same Gathering Fabric kits. Once again it was quilted with Kim Diamond’s Aussie Baby Pano. Super cute! Great job Patty!
I think that quilters are amazing generous people and here is another example. Laurie Thorpe made this lovely quilt as a gift for her sister. It was quilted using Anne Bright’s Denali – one of my favorite patterns. I know that Laurie’s sister will love this quilt!
Mary Kreider made this beautiful quilt from a Brown Sugar Bali Pop as a gift for a long time family friend. What a lovely gift. It was quilted using Anne Bright’s Dutch. Nice work Mary!
Vicki Betz made this Sesame Street quilt for her grandson and the best part is the Minkee on the back. He is going to love snuggling in this quilt. Vicki chose Anne Bright’s Bubbles to quilt it with. Such a happy and fun pattern. Vicki’s grandson is one lucky boy!
This is a darling quilt from Gathering Fabric in Woodinville, WA. Susan has made up kits to make this quilt. So cute! It was quilted with Kim Diamond’s Apple Pano (because NYC is the big apple.) It turned out beautifully as you can tell from the pictures. Be sure to stop by Gathering Fabric and pick up one of these kits!
This is a quilt by Julie Knoll made from a soccer panel. Julie plans on auctioning off the quilt to raise money for her favorite soccer team. It was quilted with Vickie Malaski’s Soccer Pano using a King Tut variegated thread. Very nice! I hope it raises a lot of money for the team!
This charity baby quilt was quilted using Anne Bright’s Denali. So bright and happy! What an adorable quilt.
Anne Mulder made this beautiful tropical quilt for a friend of hers. It was quilted with Anne Bright’s Fern Gully. The quilting pattern includes ferns, flowers, butterflies and dragonflies – so pretty. Anne’s friend is going to love this. Great job Anne!