Thursday, March 14, 2013

Client Quilts

The last few weeks have been busy with quilts.  It is always fun to see new designs I haven't used before come to life on a quilt.  Here are some I've done recently.

I love this quilt - the fabrics, the bright colors.  The line she used is great - Simply Color by V and Co for Moda.  I love the sashing and the gray cornerstones - just a fun all round quilt!

I used the Bubble Play pattern to quilt on it.  Hard to see on this quilt, but its big circles of different sizes all over the quilt.  I think it turned out really cute.  This is a great pattern for those modern quilts out there.  

This quilt below was beautiful.  My picture was taken late at night, so the lighting is bad, but it was yellows and grays and so cute!  She chose a pattern I hadn't used before so I was excited to give it a try.

She chose the Daisy Fast pattern which again is so hard to see on the back due to the fabric, but it turned out really cute.  

This was a fun variation of the jelly roll race quilt or a strip quilt.  I love these colors!  She chose 
Cotton Seed for her quilt pattern - I love this pattern 

I loved the back of this quilt - so easy - but instead of just doing 2 different fabrics side by side, she cut them into 4 squares.  Made the back a different and fun 4 patch.  

This next quilt was so cute - this quilt was small!  I think these stars were only like 3 inches (maybe 4) so tons of tiny piecing! She chose the Wish on a Star pattern.   

This next quilt was simple and fun - she chose the Airplane pattern to make it fun and toddleresk  

I hadn't used this pattern yet and it was so fun to try out.  I love how it looks on the minky!

This next pattern used was called Flowering Ribbons - I didn't get a picture of the front for some reason.  It is a quilt for a breast cancer patient and was such a beautiful quilt for her friend.  This pattern fit it great!

This was a fun quilt for a sweet little baby boy.  The fabrics were so cute with dogs, argyle and alphabet prints.  I was tempted to use a dog bone pattern I have -  but I think it has too many loops in it so I chose the Argyle pattern.

I have been wanting to try this one out - and it might be one of my new favorites!  I love how it turned out.  Almost looks like crosshatching.  This back fabric was so cute too!

This cute little bunny quilt was so fun a springy to do!  She chose Paisley Playtime and I love how it looks on this quilt. This was was one of those patterns that looks very different on the quilt from the thumbnail print.  I really like how it turned out! 

Looks great on the back!

This is the back of quilt with the pattern Feather Wave on it.  I really like how this turned out.  Looked great on this quilt.

And finally - a little custom quilting.  This was such a beautiful quilt and I loved working on it.  

In all the pieced blocks I put this flower.  The stitched blocks were either outlined or echoed if there was space.  

For the border she chose this pretty fan pattern.  

Tons of pictures I know!  If you're still with me thanks!  Hope you enjoyed this little parade.


Melia Mae Quilting said...

Wow you have certainly been busy! Excellent work!

Villas in Tuscany said...

Superb sharing and best of luck dear.

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