Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Right Back At Ya

I am washing sheets and the girls are having breakfast.  We had a lovely rain last night for a half hour or so, right before dinner.  The weather is so perfect that we have our ironing station on the lanai.  My studio space is a little tight for the long arm and six quilters.

'Molly's Windows' was inspired by a group of windows in San Francisco.  The quilter is Hillary Goodwin and it was machine pieced and machine quilted.

Inspired by the devastation at The Pulse, this quilt is called '49', for those that lost their lives.  Anne Sullivan used inset piecing along with machine piecing and machine quilting.


Interestingly enough, this quilt, which I happen to LOVE, was a product of slice and insert workshop done by Jacquie Gering.  I met her in Savannah and we got to chatting and I told her I signed up for two of her classes in March.  She's a great gal.  This quilt is called 'Blades' and was machine pieced and machine quilted by Jessica Levitt.


Silvia Sutters did this piece called 'Echoed Arrows' and eat came about by playing with half rectangle triangles.

'Shibori' by Amy Friend is based on an improv paper piecing.  It was machine pieced and machine quilted.


Debra Jalbert did this delightful quilt called 'Square Count Game' and it was hand appliquéd and machine quilted.

'Sightseeing' by daisy Aschehoug is classically modern.

Machine piecing and machine quilting was how Susan Kyle did this quilt called 'Wax and Wane.

'Bauhaus Birds In The Air' was done by Frances Dowell was paper pieced and machine quilted.


'smoke' (quilters choice of all lower case) was done by Katherine Jones and was both machine pieced and quilted.  It was quilted with a walking foot, my personal choice of all quilting, and she used various weights of white thread.

Here is a delightful closeup of the harp threads.

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