#18 A Paper Pieced Baby Girl Quilt
A gift for friends who expect a baby girl next month.
Lots of Dogwood quilting
And a matching backing and binding.
#17 Finally a Patchwork Quilt
A quilt for my youngest son (3).
Lots of free-motion circles...
#16 Bus-y words
A birthday gift for my dad.
Instead of making a quilt label I quilted the message all over the background fabric.
#15 Modern Mosaic - A Quiet Quilt
A christmas gift for my mum.
#14 Henning's Improv Quilt
A quilt for the third child of our business partner.
I used a triple zig zag stitch to attach the binding. Love it!
#13 Emma's Baby Quilt
A quilt for my newborn niece Emma.
Detail of raw edge application:
#12 Space Rocket Quilt
A summer quilt for my eldest son (4 at that time)
Detail of my FMQ
#11 Baby Quilt "Cars 'n Dots"
It took a long time to decide on the layout...
but finally I came up with this one:
The Pieced Backing:
Fabrics are again Ann Kelle's beautiful designs,
this time it was Ready, Set, Go! combined with some dots
from my LFS and an unknown white solid.
#10 Baby Quilt "Zoology Circles"
Raw edge appliqued circles of Ann Kelle's beautiful fabrics.
I was inspired by this book cover.
The backing and my name tag:
#9 Quilt "Loops 'n Rectangles" for my canadian "parents"
I used Monica's free pattern "Rectangle Reverie" that you can find here.
The pieced backing.
Detail of the FMQ (Loops)
#8 Quilt "Fiddleheads" for my canadian friends
I was inspired by a free tutorial of "crazy mom quilts" but changed the block layout a bit.
Detail of my FMQ, hence the name of the quilt :o)
I found the FMQ Design here.
#7 Baby Quilt for my first nephew
Detail of the binding.
I used a decorative stitch of my sewing machine.
#6 Lap Quilt for my best friend :o)
Detail of the FMQ (after washing and drying)
My first quilt label.
#5 Quilt for my oldest son
Backing and my first straight line quilting
#4 A quilt just for me!
#3 Red Baby Quilt for my youngest son
Detail of my first free motion quilting and the backing
#2 Julius' Quilt
The backing is a Streets & Cars Print
#1 My first quilt ever...
Inspiration struck at moda bake shop :o)
The backing and hanging