Quilt #4

This is my fourth quilt on my longarm.  I haven’t thought of a name yet, so it’s just going by #4.  I figured by numbering them as I do them, I will have a benchmark for my improvement.  One of my goals was to have a lot of good texture.

 Since the Quilt had an open space in the middle, I got some practice doing a center design.

I really like the way that the outside border feathering turned out.

Here is a view from the back.

It’s a small quilt measuring in at 34″ X 34″.  It would work as a baby quilt, or as a table topper.  I’m trying to decide which fabric(s) to use as a binding.

Quilt #4

This is my fourth quilt on my longarm.  I haven’t thought of a name yet, so it’s just going by #4.  I figured by numbering them as I do them, I will have a benchmark for my improvement.  One of my goals was to have a lot of good texture.

 Since the Quilt had an open space in the middle, I got some practice doing a center design.

I really like the way that the outside border feathering turned out.

Here is a view from the back.

It’s a small quilt measuring in at 34″ X 34″.  It would work as a baby quilt, or as a table topper.  I’m trying to decide which fabric(s) to use as a binding.

Charity Quilts for November

In my spare time this month, I’ve completed three charity quilts.  This gives me the opportunity to try some new things while making something beautiful to give to people in need.  One of these quilts will go to a local hospice, one to an organization the helps youth in crisis, and the final one to a worthy charity as yet to be determined.

Charity Quilts for November

In my spare time this month, I’ve completed three charity quilts.  This gives me the opportunity to try some new things while making something beautiful to give to people in need.  One of these quilts will go to a local hospice, one to an organization the helps youth in crisis, and the final one to a worthy charity as yet to be determined.

Charity Quilts for November

In my spare time this month, I’ve completed three charity quilts.  This gives me the opportunity to try some new things while making something beautiful to give to people in need.  One of these quilts will go to a local hospice, one to an organization the helps youth in crisis, and the final one to a worthy charity as yet to be determined.

Charity Quilts for November

In my spare time this month, I’ve completed three charity quilts.  This gives me the opportunity to try some new things while making something beautiful to give to people in need.  One of these quilts will go to a local hospice, one to an organization the helps youth in crisis, and the final one to a worthy charity as yet to be determined.