Kepley shared the story of this quilt with us, and we asked to share it
with you! She used last year's free pattern set "Clifton" to finish the
quilt with four patterns; Clifton Block 1, Clifton Block 4, Clifton Sashing, and Clifton Triangle p2p.
Every February Lori meets a group of quilters near Williamsburg, Virginia for the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival. One of their traditions is to write down a UFO that they will complete before the next reunion, and this quilt was the UFO of Lori's friend Patti. It was pieced with fabric from the Downton Abby line, and quilted on Lori's Avante with ProStitcher.
tells us that our designs are some of her favorites (thank you!) and
that she was drawn to the Clifton Set because of the cross-hatching and
beautiful swirls. When she received Patti's quilt, she knew the Clifton
Set would be the perfect compliment! She used Melissa K's
(https://www.mkquilts.com/) teaching on the Prostitcher Simulator to
design the layout of the patterns, and then used her Avante to work the
We think the final results are spectacular! Thanks so much to Lori and Patti for sharing this beautiful quilt with us. We also love seeing how quilting connects us and brings us together, with Lori traveling from Petersburg, Virginia and Patti from Fresno, California to attend the Quilt Festival.
This is one of Christy Sr's own quilts! The central block provided the perfect opportunity to showcase a large, intricate block, and she chose Autumn Swirl Set I Block 1. You may not think a pattern so intricate would stitch out well, but as you can see it looks fantastic! The sashing was quilted with our [...]
This is one of Christy Sr's own quilts! She loves scrappy quilts, although Christy Jr thinks it's to justify her fabric collection
As soon as I received the Hawthorn Mystery Set I envisioned a whole cloth made with some of the patterns. So I set it up in Creative Studio 7 by first deciding what the length and width would be. I settled on approximately 100 inches square as a good size.I then had to decide how [...]
Melinda shared the story of this lovely young lady and her first quilt! Dylan received a sewing machine for Christmas last year, and has been coming to Melinda's studio since January to learn to sew. She turned 10 in late spring and has made lots of small items. They decided a great summer project would [...]
Our friend Rett does such beautiful work, and she recently shared this table runner with us! She used a single repeat of our Seeds of Change Edge-to-Edge 1 to quilt the blocks on either side of the appliqued flower block.There is echo quilting around the flower, with a small flower sashing to finish the border. [...]
August 21, 2017 will be an out-of-the-ordinary day! A total solar eclipse will cut diagonally across the continental United States from Oregon to South Carolina. Those living in the 70-mile corridor making up the path of totality will experience day becoming night for 2-1/2 minutes.And what better way to celebrate this extraordinary event than with [...]
Periodically we take the opportunity to say "Thank You!" to all our customers who have shared pictures of our patterns stitched out on quilts. We have a few recent ones shown below to serve as inspiration for your next quilt. Your creativity and expertise in crafting these works of art is amazing, and we are [...]
Our friend Rett sent us these pictures, and we are so pleased to be able to share! A friend made this quilt using the "County Fair" block, available free online (http://quilttherapy.com/?p=10554). Rett told us that she used two layers of Hobbs Heirloom 80/20. She loves to see full, fluffy, plump feathers!!! She wanted to do [...]
Debbie liked our new pattern, Springtime Waltz, so much, she was inspired to create a quick table cloth for her brunch! She used two panels for the center, an inner 2.5" border, and an outer 6" border. Then she cut a scalloped edge at 5.5" with another color of thread (for easy trimming). The finished [...]