Thirty quilts!!! Yep, that's right, I've quilted a total of 30 quilts this month between the two machines. Whew!! Want to see a few?
Here we go!
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Nancy in PA. Nancy has been a return customer for many a years. Always enjoy working on her quilts. Her style varies from box to box (you know, when I get the box in the mail?) but they are always wonderful!
Karen in NH. These beautiful quilts are Karen's. She's a neighbor and we met during the Grantham Sew Days. Karen's two quilts are fabulous!! Of course the blue one is my favorite! But it's all about the blues....
Brand new quilter Laura in NH did a fantastic job on her first quilt!! I love the soft colors and she selected the most perfect design for me to work with. Can't wait to see more of Laura's quilts.
This great little quilt is from Donna in NH. It's a quilt that her Mom started and she sent it to help with the finishing. I am so glad that she did, it is a great little quilt and needed to come out and be loved!
Another one that I had a difficult time sending home!! Sharon in MA put this quilt together for a raffle. She did a great job and I'm sure it's new owner is going to love all of the efforts that went into this one!
Here's a quilt from Bonnie in NH. Another soft and lovely one! How cozy does this one look? It's just begging to be on a big comfy bed, ruffly curtain, a big vase with white peonies and white wicker furniture all around it. Can't you just see it?
Here's another one!! Renie in NH! I can see this great quilt in the same room! The soft colors are very girlie and soft! I do know that this was a UFO for Renie with our guild. Yea!!! Renie!! Congrats on the UFO finish!
Perpetua!! Renie is teaching Perpetua how to make quilts. I believe this is a first one for Perpetua, and it is perfect! She has a fantastic teacher keeping all of those quilting rules tamed. The quilt is amazing and how beautiful....
Karen in VT gave me a couple of quick project. I LOVE the wall hanging!! The poppy fabric and then stitching out a poppy quilting design with the red thread ended up with an amazing finish. I'm sure the birthday quilt was received very well, it is a great quilt!
Amy in PA sent me the greatest quilt!! For the life of me I couldn't figure out the story. Every quilt has a story, right? Well, I just found some cute little design and let the machine stitch away. It wasn't until Amy got the quilt home did I find out it's the "picnic quilt"!! What a fun picnic quilt!! Amy's second just as cute as it can be. Good job Amy!
Dorothy in WA has been super busy burning through her scraps!! Here's her latest....
That's just about half of the quilts. I've got more to share but it's time to start some dinner for the family. Hope you all have had a great weekend and have a super week ahead.
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