18 June 2020

20 Hours, 10 Quilts

Yep. 20 hours, 10 quilts. My legs are killing me. But I'm so so so happy to have them quilted. It took me a week to bind them all once I got home, but now we've got some serious fort building material.

Just a note: I'm a one trick pony on the longarm (at least when I'm paying for the time I spend there). I do loops. That's what I do. My mission was to get these quilts done, not do anything fancy. My amazingly talented sister-in-law has a Gammill and she can do the most beautiful custom quilts. But I figure these quilts are going to be loved and used and not hung on the wall or put on a guest room bed. So I'm happy with my edge to edge loops.

Here are the first five I've finished, binding and all:

Fabric: Lulu Lane by Corey Yoder
Pattern: Cakewalk by Camille Roskelley 
Finished size: 84x96 (because I made it bigger)


 Fabric: All Weather Friend by April Rosenthal
Pattern: Patchwork Flower by ME!
Finished size: 90x90


Fabric: Fresh Cut by Basic Grey
Pattern: inspired by Smattering by Corey Yoder
Finished size: 91x91


Fabric: Prairie by Corey Yoder
Pattern: Scratch from this book
Finished size: 68x78


Fabric: Vintage Holiday by Bonnie and Camille
Pattern: Tree Trimming Party by ME
Finished size: 85x92


Five more to bind and finish! By this weekend (it really helps to make your binding ahead of time!).

6 comments:

  1. WOW, that's amazing!! Can't believe you did them that fast and they're all so PRETTY!! Good job!

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  2. That is a lot of quilting in a very short time, but YEAH you!! They are all so very pretty:)

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  3. Gorgeous quilts! Do you have a pattern for Patchwork Flower? I'd love to purchase it.

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    1. Hi Amy - Yes, I do. It's in my Etsy shop. There's a link up top there (My Pattern Shop). Thanks for your interest. It was such a fun quilt to design and make.

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  4. Even for loops that's a lot of quilting! Way to go!

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