Not sure what to do with a charm pack? Make a reading quilt, the right size for your reading corner! I framed each charm with alternating peppered cotton grouping each color together.The quilting is a simple squiggly line around the blocks and a squarish flower in the block. Wrapped with a piece of selvage and it’s ready to give to Natalie!
Thanks for hanging in there while I fix some blog issues. Hopefully, I can post more often!
Earlier this year, Teresa brought me this fun quilt with lots of open spaces and she gave me permission to do whatever I wanted. I immediately wanted to fill it with graffiti quilting! The term has been popularized by Karlee Porter, here’s her crash course! Here’s my style of freestyle, graffiti, free motion quilting! I love it!I was actually hoping that Teresa would hate it and I could keep it!It is a time consuming way to quilt but lots of fun!I have another quilt in my queue for graffiti quilting, we’ll see how that goes!!
Thanks for looking! Any comments can be made on my Facebook page.
Janann’s Amazon Star quilt is so large, I have no place to hang it, but you get the idea.I love the pink fabric creating a strong circular pattern.I will admit, that it took me three weeks to finish this! The hardest part was deciding what to do in each element but after that, it was stitch, stitch, stitch!!If you’re crazy to make this quilt, it’s one of Judy Niemeyer’s patterns.
Thanks for looking and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!