Although it's been quiet on the blog, I've been busy doing quilt-y things, including customer quilts and cutting fabric. Even though the boys are getting older, it seems that we (as a family) are busier than ever, so life, too, has kept me busy. But I didn't want to let too much time pass without posting, because there's so much great quilting out there.
Today, I wanted to share a couple of quilts I machine quilted for Jennifer (back in June!!). Jennifer is an awesome quilter, and so completely generous with her work, it blows me away. Most of the quilts she sends me for quilting are slated to be gifted to others, including this heart-themed quilt (which I believe was for her daughter).
The all-over quilting pattern is called Frolic, and I used a variegated thread in pinks, blues, yellow, and cream.
And just to show how extra special this quilt was, Jennifer chose a minky backing that was just perfect for this quilt.
This next one is called Avalon Baskets. Fig Tree fabrics has such a distinctive look, and Jennifer's picks for this quilt resulted in a lovely, crisp looking quilt.
The all-over quilting pattern is called Parsley, and has just enough texture to fill out the expanses of the white background in this quilt.
If you are interested in having your quilt machine quilted, I'd love to hear from you! You can fill out a Quilting Request Form, or e-mail me directly at limasews(at)gmail(dot)com.