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!).


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

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

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

    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.

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

  5. Yay for finishes! They look great and ready for forts or snuggles.


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