Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Client Quilts

 This was a cute quilt done out of Grace fabrics.  My client wanted the dresses and the sashing outlined and the borders done in an all over design.  

I was excited to try out a new (to me) design called Anne's Favorite Flower.  I don't even have it listed yet as one of my patterns I offer - but I love how it turned out!

You can see it best in the photo below.  This is a great pattern and is very striking on a quilt. 

The next 3 quilts are from my cute client Rinda.  She comes up by with some of the cutest quilts - hard to give them back to her.  

This quilt was just center fabric surrounded by charm pack squares and some cute appliqué.  She wanted the Tumbling Bears and Hearts pattern.  I hadn't used this pattern before and thought it turned out cute.  So sweet for a baby blanket.  Hard to see the detail in the pictures - but fun pattern!

The next quilt I think is the disappearing nine patch pattern.  She chose the pattern Flower Panto for her design.  I hadn't used it before, and to be honest wasn't that excited as I didn't love the look of it.  

Once it started quilting - I changed my story fast!  I love how it turned out.  Love the detailed flowers.  I really enjoy this process of quilting - and opening my eyes to patterns I wouldn't normally chose myself.  Love a surprise like this!
The back looked so good!

And her last one - I love this x's and o's pattern.  I really need to make one for me.  She chose Candyland which is one of my favorites!

Rinda uses minky on the back of a lot of her quilts and I love how it looks!  They all turned out so well.  

Remember - I'm currently offering all my edge to edge patterns for $.01 an inch - so if you're interested email me at abby@latimerlane.com to get scheduled.  My current turn around time is 72 hours so take advantage before prices increase.  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hello! I'm visiting over from Sherri's blog (A Quilting Life). Beautiful longarm work. I wanted to see if you have a catalog of pantographs to select from? I would like to send you one of my quilt tops to complete. I'm in no particular rush. You can email me at jlgwyn@msn.com. Thanks!