Wednesday, September 9, 2020

A Little Quilt and A Bigger Quilt

 I can finally share the baby quilt in which I used some of the lime and black flying geese. 😁

James outlined the major elements of the panel in a thread that disappears in most places. Then he used that wonderful lime thread for the scrollwork.

 There are dragons in the two upper corners...

And a wizard in each of the bottom corners.

The end product measured about 36 inches by 46 inches. 

The bigger quilt is one I made for myself. Over time I made 10" Wrench blocks out of the last of some of my more favorite prints. Consequently I refer to it as my Final Wrenches quilt. 

James stipple quilted the background areas of this one so the individual blocks would stand out.

I used a rainbow stripe for the binding. 

This one measures about 60 x 80 inches. It' currently on my bed, making me very happy. 😊


  1. I really love both of these! The baby quilt is such fun, and your quilt is elegant and colourful. Such great work :-)

  2. Two very happy quilts indeed! I love your cheerful wrenches quilt: that block looks great in those prints.

  3. What fun quilts. I love fussy-cut blocks (dragons and wizards) :-)

  4. Your Final Wrenches is stunning -- so glad it is making you happy. And what a striking colorful baby quilt. Love the neon green!

  5. These are both just beautiful. The thread choice on the baby quilt is inspired!


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