After a visit to the Dallas Quilt Show on Friday, a work trip to Marble Falls on Saturday, I finally finished up the feathered star quilt (Logan's Crossing) on Sunday, and then a couple of edge to edge quilts on Monday. The first edge to edge quilt is a memory quilt. The top is made from the young man's clothing, including boy scout uniforms, toboggans and p.j.'s that he wore and the back of the quilt contains his baby quilt, graduation sash and his favorite tee-shirts. Such a truly memorable memory quilt. The other is a bright and happy star quilt. Not sure of the name, but love those colors!
This is the label on the very first custom quilting I attempted. It is on a quilt that belongs to my long time friend and obviously I did not enjoy the process then! However, I didn’t give up on it and even though my style has changed significantly since my first attempt, I’m glad I kept going and didn’t let the little bumps in the road deter me from pursuing my dream!
Hi! Angela here! I've been sewing all my life and quilting for half of that! I'll be sharing here some quick snippets of projects (mine and customers) that I have completed along with other fun stuff I stumble across along the way. I hope you have fun following along!