I liked making this quilt because it is a composite of individual fabrics each with its own unique pattern, texture, and color. I made this because I made one for myself 20-years ago and it never feels old.
Dimensions: 84″ x 94″ (queen)
Quilting: Long-Arm Gamill Machine Quilted.
Churn-Dish Pattern with Reproduction Fabrics
Navy Log Cabin King
Work in Progress: Another Shirt Quilt
Baby Quilt with Winter Pastels
Nemo Day 3: Still Not Plowed Out = More William Morris Quilts
Our plower-guy quit in the middle of the storm. Splendid. I live on a private drive and the City will not come with a bucket-loader to clear us out. Hopefully I will get “off the rock” tomorrow.
A blue-blooded New Englander, I love a good snow storm. Ventured out at the peak of the snow on Friday night.
Then again, all this weather keeps me inside and at the sewing machine. Working on another William Morris quilt. Trying to find just the right the balance of colors and patterns.
Cranberry and Olive
I just finished this one and sent it off to the Newfane Country Store in Newfane, VT.
Here at Gloucester Quilter, we have a “Lobstar” atop our tree. Happy Holidays!