Sunday, March 10, 2019

📢 Client Show & Tell 📢

Though I have cut way back on client quilts in order to make more of my own quilts, I have some to share with you today. Here are four I've quilted this year. 

Quilt info
Maker: Jennifer
Size: 46" X 58"
Batting: Quilters Dream Batting 80/20
Quilting: Tickle
Interesting fact: This is Jennifer's second quilt ever! Her first quilt was a t-shirt quilt from the Spartan Races she's run, and can be seen here.


Quilt info
Maker: Karen
Size: 59" X 77"
Quilting: Bloomin Stars
Interesting fact: Karen is our quilt guild president and is known for her speed in making quilts! She gifts them as quick as she makes them, too!





Quilt info
Maker: Karen 
Pattern: Hanky Panky
Fabric: flannels
Size: 53" X 65"
Batting: Warm & Natural
Quilting: African Storm
Interesting fact: Karen, who is also a new quilter, made this for her husband, so the pattern name is appropriate!





Quilt info
Maker: Bonnie
Pattern: Star Light Star Bright (Craftsy/Bluprint)
Size: 54" X 72"
Batting: Quilters Dream Batting 80/20
Quilting: Ripples
Interesting fact: These fabrics include Japanese motifs and kanji. I love how the quilting looks like Asian water ripples. Also, Bonnie is my sister, so her quilts get priority!




Thanks for stopping by for show and tell!
Grace and peace!!! ~Nancy

Linking up with Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework, Love Laugh Quilt, Em's Scrapbag, Pretty Piney, Cooking Up QuiltsDesign Wall MondayThe Inquiring Quilter, Midweek Makers.

15 comments:

  1. What a great bunch of quilts and beautiful quilting, Nancy!!

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  2. Beautiful quilting on those lovely quilts. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  3. Good Morning Nancy! Both the quilting design on all of them are great, but especially on Karen's quilt. It seems like the scale and design are just perfect. I can just feel all of that quilty goodness through the computer screen. And Bonnie should always get priority quilting as a perk for being related. I'd expect nothing less! Happy Monday to you. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. So many pretty quilts! Love the soft colors in Karen's quilt! You've been busy!

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  5. Great quilting. I like the look of the water ripples. Do you free motion your quilts or are they pantographs or? Thanks for sharing all of these.

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  6. Love your show and tells! Those are some great quilts and especially so because they are new quilters! I really like that Ripples quilt motif.

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  7. Beautiful quilting to be seen on all these quilts. I love the colours in Karen's Bloomin Stars. The combination of those soft greys and greens are pretty and the quilting design is perfect.

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  8. My Baby does the Hanky Panky!!! Yes, I remember the song lol lol Your work is beautiful!!!!

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  9. I enjoy seeing the different quilts and looking at the quilting designs you have chosen to use. They work so well.

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  10. Beautiful quilts! It must be so satisfying to be able to quilt them for their makers. Thanks for linking up to What I Made Monday.

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  11. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss. I love looking at your quilting because it makes me think maybe someday I could longarm that beautifully too!

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  12. There's nothing like a quilt (or four!) fresh off the longarm! Good for you for cutting back on client work to make time for your own projects. I often hear the opposite from longarmers -- they have so much client work to do that they never get around to tackling their own stuff!

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  13. Such beautiful quilts! Your quilting really makes them shine.

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