Finishing More Quilts

Here a couple of quilts I finished in the past week.  This first is from Wanda.  It was so large, I couldn’t even get it all in the picture.  How long did this beauty take to piece?!  I don’t think I would have the patience to finish this.  Good thing I just do the quilting.IMG_0870

 

Since this is a very traditional quilt, I finished it with edge to edge feathers.IMG_0873 Beautiful fabrics, beautiful piecing.IMG_0874 IMG_0875

It’s always fun to find something interesting on the back.IMG_0878

This next quilt was pieced by Penny.  I like how she graduated the colors from light to dark.  Very striking. IMG_0860  I made up a new all over design for this one. IMG_0863

You can see it better on the back.  Don’t have a name for this pattern yet.  Any suggestions?IMG_0865

Bargello Beauty

I recently finished quilting this king sized quilt pieced by Wanda.  Isn’t it lovely?Image

Because the piecing was rather busy, it lent itself to an edge to edge design.  I don’t have a computerized machine and I don’t like to follow pantograph patterns.  So I have developed several free-hand designs that I “draw” with my machine.  This pattern I call “Daisies”.Image

I like this pattern because I can vary the size of the flower and easily turn it different directions to fill the space.  I like the organic look–it definitely doesn’t look like a pattern.  The purple thread I used really shows on the lavender backing fabric.  Image

This beautiful quilt was a pleasure to work on.  If you have a need to get one of your quilt tops finished, I am always accepting new quilts from new and previous customers.  Some like Wanda, send them to me from hundreds of miles away.  My turnaround time for edge to edge quilting is currently 2 to 3 weeks.  Custom quilting takes a bit longer.  If you are interested, go to my Pam’s Quilting  website (pamsquilting.com) for more detailed information.  Or email me directly at pamsquilting@gmail.com and I would be happy to answer any questions you might have.  Happy Quilting!