Is hands down one of my top five clients. She comes in every quarter, drops off a few quilts and we see her again in 3 months when she brings us more.
I didn't realize how long it had been since I had shown Margaret's quilts so there is a few. Enjoy!
For the butterflies, I stippled around the butterflies and did a piano key border through the piece and solid borders.
Margaret's piecing is amazing.
More custom for this cute one. Again, tight stippling in the background and piano keys in the border. I also quilted spines in the umbrella.
Margaret's 90ish year old mom helps her with all her embroidery.
And Margaret does a lot of embroidery quilts.
Her favorite is cat quilts.
More custom on this one; Margaret loves stippling and piano keying. She likes to keep the quilting simple so the piecing really shines.
I love this one.
Check out the detail on the birds.
This was a gift for one of her grand-daughters.
|quilted with Linna's Charm|
Such a lovely wedding gift!
More kitty cats.
|quilted with Popcorn|
Again, the details are fabulous.
Another wedding quilt
|quilted with Rambler Rose|
The quilting really makes this quilt pop.
Again, more cats lol.
|quilted with Popcorn|
Love the kitties.
My favorite block,
Again, the detail is fantastic.
Lastly, this fun reindeer quilt.
I stippled around the reindeer and did a ribbon stitch in the sashings.
For the border, a large snowflake.
Thanks for the lovely quilts Margaret!
Still on my table runner kick!
I bought this charm pack on a whim.
I had this pattern in my mind and I love how it came together.
|quilted with Orange Peel|
The quilting couldn't be more perfectly complimentary to this. At least I think so ;)
I had no idea what to use for binding. I was auditioning fabric and this print from DaySail was perfect!
I also got my second runner finished using the Modern Neutrals fabric.
I wanted this one wider and I had just enough of the darker fabric to make that happen. I will admit that I actually had this half quilted in diagonal straight lines and I didn't like it at all. Unfortunately, unquilting it stretched the fabric so there was so crazy fullness in the middle. As a result, I ended up quilting a meander on it to smunch down all that fullness.
I love how it matches my wall quilt!