busy as a bee

I've got the first of my grad quilts almost put together.


Last night I got the rows sewn together and added the sashings. I need to get some more sashing fabric for the borders and this one is done.

I also picked up these.


I feel a need for some new table runners.
 You can never have too many lol! 


quilt monday

When I first saw Sweet Serenade; I knew I had to make something pretty quickly with it.  


Isn't it lovely? The pattern is Mesmerize and showcases the fabrics perfectly.

quilted with Dazzle

I went with one of my favorite prints for the binding.


And yet again, another fabric line I should have hoarded more of. 
I think I need a bigger sewing room ;)



recent favorites

Angela is one of my newer clients; she brought in some lovelies for me to finish up.

Her Swoon quilt,

quilted with Flirtatious

Her middle block; stunning!


Angela also did this lovely Log Cabin quilt.

quilted with Morning Glory

This fabulous quilt by Debbie.

quilted with Bell Blossom

By Hilda 

quilted with Autumn Leaves

This one by Wilma, love it!

quilted with Loop the Loop

Jackie made this Sunbonnet Sue quilt for her sister.


I did a rose pattern in the sashings and border,


and a meander around the Sue's


Jackie also made this lovely Asian themed quilt.

quilted with Fanciful

Roseva pieced this next one. And it inspired one of the grad quilts I am doing this year.

quilted with Contempo

So fantastic!


Vicky's Trip Around the World.
I still haven't made one of these lol.

quilted with a meander

Lastly, this fabulous quilt by MaryAnna

quilted with Lianna's Charm


















quilt monday

Can't believe I forgot to show this table runner. I bought the charm pack on a whim and was disappointed with it once I opened it up and had no idea what to do with it. 
It sat for longer than I care to admit on my sewing table until one afternoon I just started sewing.


I had the background fabric in my stash. It's not a Kona or a Bella solid; it feels almost like a brushed cotton but not as thick if that makes sense. And the colour was a perfect match to my charm squares.


I went with my standard table runner panto Double Plume. Soon every table runner I own will have this panto lol; I just can't find another one that I love this much.


I'm glad I was able to sneak this in for quilting. We are ridiculously busy right now(always good news bad news!) and I don't know when I will have time to quilt something of my own again lol.





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