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This quilt was made from new fabric. It's my 2nd quilt so I didn't have any fabric stash to use. It's for my oldest grandson, Coty and his wife Hannah.
Although this machine model has been discontinued, it is one super fantastic machine. It does not do embroidery but then I am not into that, the Quest
I am currently making this for my daughter as a surprise for when we visit later this year. I am not sure how to quilt it - an all over design or different
Learn to make a London Roads quilt block. Instructions for 4.5", 9", 13.5" and 18" block. There's even more tutorials in our Free Quilt Block Patterns Library
After our retreat is underway, the coordinator discretely hides a large yellow button on someone's table. She then sets a timer for a random amount of
My son commissioned me to make a special quilt for his godchild, Ivy Rain. It was for her third birthday. Her family raises goats and uses them as pack
After making a beautiful pink quilt for my daughter's wedding shower in Minnesota I made this quilt for her husband. This quilt was to be opened at a
I made this quilt for my daughter's wedding shower. It is a whole cloth quilt with the design quilted by hand. It is queen size. The pattern was purchased
My quilting space in Alaska is pretty generous and I've been quite spoiled by having all three of my machines easily accessible on a large desk. I have
My Grandmother made this quilt for me in the early '80's. The blocks are made from printed fabric that she outlined with hand stitching. Her binding