Lady of the Lake Quilt

This was one of Susan’s first quilt projects that she purchased when she first began quilting. It sat waiting for her to feel ready to tackle all of those half square triangles.

As usual her quilt top was perfectly pieced and a joy to quilt! it was quilted using Bethanne Nemeshs pantograph Feather Grande.

I love the yellow and grays together

How pretty is this backing!

Granny Square Quilt

I don’t know whether I have the name correct or not, however Joan’s quilt reminded me of granny squares. Her colour/fabric choices made for a much more elegant look.

I used the pantograph flying paisley in order to add to the elegance and really love the way that design pops on the border.

How pretty is this backing!

Spinning Stars Quilt

This quilt made by Joyce reminds me of spinning stars so that’s what I called it. I am not sure what the pattern name actually is.

It was quilted with the pantograph Star Swirl as I wanted to add to the motion of the blocks.

Butterflies and Flowers

This quilt of Joan’s spoke to me immediately, it reminded me of flower gardens and there were butterflies in some of the prints in the top as well as backings.

How pretty is this backing!

I chose the pantograph Butterfly Charm as it really suited this pretty quilt.

Herringbone Quilt

The Herringbone was the second quilt that I have quilted for Eryn the first one was her One Block Wonder.

Eryn’s One Block Wonder

Her Herringbone quilt is so light bright and fresh looking, it was quilted using the pantograph parchment.

Her choice of backing is such a fun surprise!
Herringbone Quilt Back.

Joan’s Triangle Quilt

Joan made this quilt as per her Granddaughters request. I loved the bubbles on many of the fabrics which led me to choosing the pantograph Bubbles! Such a beautiful quilt for a young teen.

Catherine’s Drunkards Path Quilt

Another amazing piecing job by Catherine. She told me that she used what she had on hand for this quilt top, I recognized most of the fabrics from previous quilts that I have done for her.

The pantograph Flying Paisley was perfect for this quilt.

The Flower Block of The Month

This last year or so has afforded many quilters time to work on their ufo’s. This one went back a bit and my customer and I reminisced about how the quality of quilting fabric has improved since the 90’s along with the variety available. I recognized many of the fabrics from my early quilting days.

With all of the different flowers and also some embellishments already added I decided to add the pantograph butterfly charm to this flower garden.

I was tasked with finding the backing, this one was chosen as a closest match at the quilt shop Fuelled By Fabric in Pass Lake. It really shows off the design!

The Hockey Quilts

These two quilts will be so much fun for the young hockey players that this customer made them for.

She varied the colours on the two and I chose the windswept pantograph for both the density of the quilting and for the wonderful movement it brings to a quilt.

Margaret’s Tulips

What a fun and happy quilt! It was quilted with the pantograph ground cover. Margaret used fabrics from her stash to piece this quilt and like so many of us, she told me it didn’t make much of a dent in her stash.

I love the variety of fabrics in this quilt.
The backing was primarily the green but was grown using strips of some Kaffe