Archive for March 12, 2015

A Few Pictures To Inspire . . .

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This quilt was a very nice piece that I quilted along with the following small table runners.   Here is the back side to show you how I quilted it:

The following were very fun, small pieces.  Sometimes it is great to have a series of small pieces to get the creative juices flowing. 

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I still have many pictures to share with you. I have been busy quilting!  Thank goodness it is my passion. 

It has been terrific to have met so many of you over the last couple of months and to have seen and worked for all of you. Continue to keep being creative so I can be creative as well. 

I will leave you with this gorgeous double wedding ring I quilted for Marianne. 



Simply Gorgeous!

Keep quilting,

Sue

Back In The Saddle Again

Seems that my posts disappeared for awhile as I moved into the summer, fall, and winter. I thought I was doing well with posting, until I wasn’t. I have so many pieces to share with you since last time. My goal during this next month is to get caught up and stay posting since I have been working on some fabulous quilts. 

I have added pantographs for sale on the website. I will be adding more as they begin to filter in to me.  Take a look and see if there are any that spark your interest. If you are local, you can contact me and pick them up to avoid postage charges. Remember to check back as more will be added.  As always, it takes me a while to get some technology things set up.  I am working on the postage calculation online. Until I have that figured out, you will get two charges on PayPal when you order pantographs, one for the pantographs and one for the postage. Sorry about the inconvenience.  As most of you know, I do get things figured out but tech stuff just takes me a bit longer. 

Here are a few photos from the booth that my sister and I shared at the International Quilt Show in Houston, Texas. It was definitely an experience. 



At least you know I am still around and am still trying to figure out the tech stuff (ha, ha). Keep watching for updates as I try to catch you up on all the great quilts I have had the pleasure to work on these last few months. 

Sue