Category Archives: free motion quilting

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

Custom Quilting – Metro Scope Quilt

Back in June I was getting antsy about my husband leaving with the army again so I decided I needed a project to work on that didn’t require any brain power on my part – interpret that as I didn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Custom Quilting, free motion quilting, Innova, Long Arm Quilting, Quick Curve Ruler, Spike | 3 Comments

Customer Quilt – Linelle’s Stars

Hello! Sorry I have been gone, Anne has been very sick, and as we all know, kids come first. While she was resting, I was able to get some work done, but not much else was accomplished.  I was given … Continue reading

Posted in Customer Quilt, Edge to Edge Quilting, free motion quilting, Innova, Long Arm Quilting, Spike | 3 Comments

Spike’s First Quilt! (and mine too!)

I loaded my first quilt on Spike yesterday and started quilting the first block today! I am very excited. My brilliant friend Vicki from Orchid Owl Quilts recommended getting some plexiglass to draw on and practice designs over the top … Continue reading

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Meet Spike!

Sorry I didn’t post this earlier, I was a bit under the weather, but seeing as today is National Quilt Day, it seemed like the perfect day to introduce Spike to you! Spike is a 22″ Innova Long Arm with … Continue reading

Posted in free motion quilting, Innova, Long Arm Quilting, Spike | 10 Comments