This wonderful quilt was made by Betty for her daughter-in-law. It was quilted using Anne Bright’s Egypt p2p pattern. What a fun quilt! Great job Betty!
These two quilts are for Evergreen Hospice. The first was quilted with Anne Bright’s Botanical Blossoms and the second was quilted with Anne Bright’s Denali. Both quilts turned out great!
This fun quilt is a Roxanne Carter design made from 2013 Western Washington Shop Hop fabrics. This quilt will be hanging at Gathering Fabric Quilt store in Woodinville, WA where they have kits to make this quilt. It was quilted with Anne Bright’s Splat b2b. What a cute quilt!
This is another beautiful quilt from Marilyn. It is a Julie Paschkis pattern made with Julie Paschkis fabrics, quilted with Anne Bright’s Brenda’s Tulips and Tapestry for the borders. Just gorgeous, great job Marilyn!
This quilt is one of mine. I made this quilt for my soon to be granddaughter, Madison. I hope she likes bright colors. The pattern is called Swedish Doors and was quilted using Anne Bright’s Splat b2b quilting design. Super cute!
This beautiful Log Cabin quilt was made by Marilyn Iverson. She chose Anne Bright’s Baroque b2b design for the quilting. What a lovely quilt! Great job Marilyn!
This fun and happy quilt was made by Ingrid for her daughter Natalie. What bright and happy colors. Ingrid and Natalie chose Anne Bright’s quilting design – Lovingly Yours. What a special quilt!
This amazing quilt was made by Leslie as a special gift. The piecing is beautiful. Leslie chose Ann Bright’s beautiful quilting design – Where Eagles Dare along with wool batting. The end result is fantastic! What a special gift!
Both of these quilts are for Evergreen Hospice, my favorite charity. These quilt tops come to me already sewn and I quilt them up. The first was quilted with Kim Diamond’s Snowflake Simple. The second quilt was done with Anne Bright’s Brenda’s Tulips. Cute quilts, I hope they make someone happy!
Patty loves her martinis. So much that she made a martini quilt. The martini glasses are paper pieced and quilted with Anne Bright’s Happy Hour b2b. Super cute Patty!