I had this one my blog this summer, but here it is back from the quilters long arm--thanks Sandy--
She did a simple star pattern--perfect for this Quilt of Valor
The binding is finished; quilt is folded; pillowcase is ready for presentation to Quilt of Valor recipient--just need to do the label and sew it on
Here is another one from Sandy's long arm. This is the Bonnie Hunter quilt I worked on all summer--
I like the swirly leaves--now to decide on binding fabric--but, it can 'age' as I mull over the fabric
I have been working on this quilt for some time now--maybe, two years..............
First, all the embroidery on the blocks--
The center section was the easy part to do and the border was a snap!!
I enjoy doing handwork at times. This pattern is from Crab-apple Hill
It is #313 Hocuspocusville! Don't even get me started looking at their patterns!!
Here is my patriotic quilt I made this summer--it was featured on another blog post
Now, it is back from quilters long arm--thanks to Judy M--she used the star pano pattern
Here is one from the stash bin--it had been resting for many years and finally, it was time to finish it and get it quilted--well, it's not actually finished yet. I want to add prairie points to each end--working out a way the points will stand up and not fold down.
Not your traditional Amish quilt, that's for sure.