Category Archives: free motion quilting

Customer Quilt – Shanna’s Postage Stamp Quilt

Sorry I have been so absent lately, family life needs to always come first and Anne is my number one concern. I only have a few minutes to type this while she is busy with a task and I just … Continue reading

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Custom Quilting – Patio Quilt by Tina

Last month I had the privilege of quilting a gorgeous Patio Quilt – pattern can be found here on Craftsy and is by Happy Zombie – for my guild mate and friend, Tina. She made a gorgeous boy version of … Continue reading

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Customer Quilt – Autumn Quilt

Yesterday I got to work a beautiful Autumn colored quilt. The pattern was simple, rail patch blocks and flying geese (which are my favorite). My customer asked me to do a edge-to-edge design and to do whatever inspired me. Based … Continue reading

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Fireflies Do. Good Stitches Quilt

Last month I quilted my last quilt for the Trust Circle of Do. Good Stitches. Don’t worry, I am still part of Do. Good Stitches, but with a wonderful friend, Jessica (@plumpatchwork) I am starting a new circle to benefit … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Finishes, Charity, Do.Good Stitches, free motion quilting, Innova, Long Arm Quilting, Spike | 2 Comments

Quilts for Pulse – South Sound Modern Quilt Guild

The Orlando Modern Quilt Guild put out a call for Quilts for Pulse – heart quilts. My local guild, South Sound Modern Quilt Guild (SSMQG) answered the call. I donated 20 blocks to our guild and there were so many … Continue reading

Posted in Charity, Custom Quilting, Customer Quilt, Edge to Edge Quilting, free motion quilting, Innova, Long Arm Quilting, SSMQG | 2 Comments