Thursday, June 17, 2021

Kathy's E2Es

Kathy had a bunch of quilts that needed some Elevate™ love.

First up was a 1930's Drunkards Path with Applique -- digital quilting design frippery01_km 

Next was Tropical Butterflies & Flowers -- digital quilting design butterfly03_km

Then was Love Links (pattern by Studio 180) -- digital quilting design featherduo_km (which when you increase the size looks kinda like palm leaves)

Then a Hunters Star quilt (pattern by Studio 180) -- digital quilting design EQS Star in Square2 e2e

Next up was an Aurora quilt (pattern by Laundry Basket Quilts/Edyta Sitar) -- digital quilting design JR_tortoiseShellSpirals_e2e

And finally, Patchwork Barn (pattern by Laundry Basket Quilts/Edyta Sitar) -- digital quilting design ModButterfly01_km 

Saturday, June 5, 2021


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Linda's Sunflower Gatherings Quilt

 I was finally able to get a couple good pics of Linda's Sunflower Gatherings quilt (pattern by Primitive Gatherings) after a few days of rain.

This beauty has an 80/20 batt and I used my new Edges marking rulers (Set 1) to create the framework around the blocks.  If you want to see more about the marking and stitching of the framework you can find the link here.

Here's the full view:

And a detail pic:

And the back: