After a brief blogging break, I wanted to share more longarm quilting pictures with you.
I’m enjoying free-motion quilting on my customer’s quilts and my own. I think I learn something with each new quilt, which is always good news.
The quilt below is part of my 2019 Challenge Fabric Quilt entry for the Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild’s show on Sept 20-21 . I cannot show you the whole piece quite yet. Just know, it is asymmetrical and absolutely bananas-looking.
I’ve been lucky to custom quilt a few projects for some local San Antonio area friends. Check out their quilts:
A new friend found me online and mailed this next quilt from their duty station in Japan. This semi-custom small quilt is so charming!
With a quick turn-around, I was able to get the San Antonio Modern Quilt Guild ‘s charity quilt quilted and bound and mailed in time for the big show, QuiltCon , in Nashville last month. It is a conceptual beach scene with sand, sea glass, and breaking waves.
And of course, I love doing edge-to-edge designs all over quilts. An edge-to-edge is any design that I can draw with the longarm that literally travels from one edge of the quilt to the other without stopping.