Summer - July - Part 2 . . . am I kidding! How have I managed to become so far behind in my blog posts . . . . I don't know!
Let me try to remember a little bit about these next few pictures - :)
When we are out of town (which seems to be a lot lately) someone has to look after our dog and two cats . . . I made this quilt for Trish to thank her for being such a great pet sitter. Trish lives on our farm, and is a horse lover - actually, she's a lover of all animals. Freehand swirls, Hobbs 80/20 batting, Glide thread.
|Horse quilt - back|
|Violet - one of Trish's horses|
Heather made a twister quilt for her mom. I used that back and forth quilting in the background, and those twisters just popped. I think her mom will love it - her mom's also a quilter and as Heather said, "quilters don't often get quilts as gifts" - she's right about that, isn't she! Glide Thread; Hobbs 80/20 batting.
Barb's quilt is made from a variety of Christmas fabrics. I put Dave Hudson's Snowflake panto on it . . . it's a fairly large scale panto - not sure if I love it, but really like the snowflake shapes.
|Snowflake Panto - close up|
Brenda's been at it again - making quilts for her grand kids! This first one is a Super Heroes quilt for her grandson. Bauhaus panto; Glide Thread
|Super Heroes quilt- backing (flannel)|
Well, I think that's about it for July. Considering I was away for two weeks, I think I did pretty well! Until next time, Happy Quilting from the Little House.
sneak peek . . . Whimsical Bloomers . . .