Lots of customer quilt pictures are missing, so I will just post what I could find. I haven't replaced my old photoshop so can't edit the photos as I used to . This makes me cranky but I will just have to find a replacement. Until then the pictures are messy looking. Grrrr.
This is Betty's scrap quilt - she says the colors and fabric choices are nothing like her usual. I like her use of polka dots - they are a nice surprise in this quilt..
This is an opportunity quilt I quilted for Elsie Campbell's guild in Oklahoma.
I did have to do some marking on this before I put it on my machine. While it was on my design wall, I marked it with plain old schoolroom chalk. It does start to come off once it is rolled up on the machine but it held up long enough for me to do the quilting.
I think this is an unusual and interesting quilt - some Oklahoma quilter will be excited to win it!
This is Cecelia and her beautiful quilt designed by Jenny Beyer.
Cecelia owns a quilt shop in western Kansas and drives a long way to deliver and pick up her quilts! Her workmanship is excellent and I always enjoy quilting for her. This quilt will hang in her shop as a sample.
I used Glide thread in gold to give the effect of metallic and just followed the design in the fabric. I must have done a good job following the lines because I can't see it at all in the photo! In person it does show - adding glints of gold.
I'm now taking some time off from customer quilting to work on my own quilt and one of Gail's. Here is a preview of Gail's quilt.
Really! I'm working on the quilting design here. More later.
I also took time to attend an auction and bought this chair, which Elsie immediately tested for me. All four cats have now approved it.
I solemnly swear I will be a better blogger!