Jack‘s cousin, Hannah, made a scrappy Lone Star quilt with the help of her grandma for 4H. Hannah and family stopped by the studio to take project pictures and watch me quilt some of the quilt.
I put the ruler foot and extended base back on my longarm to make the CC around the points of the Lone Star and SID the star and background, the rest is freehand quilting. Now that my ruler foot is back on, I’ll have to find some more projects for ruler work!
The batting is Quilter’s Dream Puff and the thread is two different colors of Superior Rainbows. When Hannah gets a little taller, maybe I’ll let her quilt on her own quilt like her cousin Jack!
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Thanks! Linda 🙂
It’s fun to make memory quilts and Sue’s collection of shirts were special. The first quilt uses favorite shirts of all types, including work shirts with pockets and buttons!I used an uneven four patch to get the small units together and the little Herky was cut out of another shirt and appliqued on.The second memory quilt uses similar woven, rayon and knit favorites. To add interest, I made a four patch out of the woven stripe shirts. The three patch center unit allowed me to use the polo shirt motifs. I love the wild rayon shirt prints! As you can see, it doesn’t always have to be a “t”-shirt!
Are you ready to make a “Memory Quilt”? If not, bring me your shirts and I’ll make it for you!
Thanks, Linda 🙂