"Cindy, sorry but I have not been logging in to MyQuiltPlace. My bad. I also did one with the color triangles as well. The pastel one was one of my first ever quilts and the first one I ever entered at the fair. Second place. I love your quilt top.…"
This is an impulse quilt. I pieced the blocks freehand but off kilter using scrap fabrics, then used a burgundy fabric I had a lot of for sashing, and added muslin triangles to border it. I always hand quilt.
"I am blaming you Orville for this insane trip I am on with this quilt, I seen yours and yep I had to do it. But I think you're gonna find mine looks totally different , same pattern but I'm going a little nuts with color. I did find…"
"oh orville ..the best part about looking at your beautiful quilts & hand quilting, is seeing all the lovely little prints you use in your quilts! i stitch along edge of my quilts too, but large ones i do by machine. here it looks like you do it…"
I am a new member and saw you made a quilt that I have been trying to find the pattern for. Champagne quilt you made in 2005. I know it's a long shot but do you know the name of the pattern or where I can possibly get it? My son really likes the pattern and wants it for a wedding quilt. Ann
I just noticed you asked me about Celebrate Hand Quilting. Is a facebook page. N ew and some very accomplished quilters share projects, techniques and favorite tools. If you join it I know you will love it
I am new at quilting but since I have seen your work it has inspired me to try and perfect the beauty of hand quilting. So I am currently only practicing on whole cloth. I only wish I had half of your talent. Your work is stunning, you must be so proud. I am young and have only just begun. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work, I will remember you forever. God bless!
I see you're up early too. My sewing room looks neat, but I DO have another storage closet filled with bins(organized) of batting & larger yardages. Under the cutting table is my portable stash of prints (in bins similar to the ones on rack),. I take those along in the RV winters, along with enough solids taken off the minibolts to get me by for the kid's quilts I do for hospitals.