After Emily’s quilt for the Michael Miller challenge, I have but a small token to offer to the blog
When our church put on a garden show / baby quilt show and sale / afternoon tea in the beginning of July, I was excited. I was not able to be there on that particular weekend but I could make a quilt. Suzanne very generously provided the fabric and the pattern “Friendship Quilt”. It was a very quick quilt to make. And of course, it meant that I got to practice on the long-arm machine again.
I do not have a name for this quilt, but going forward I will name them. This quilt seems lonely without a name
I used a kite pantograph to quilt it all together.
These are last minute pictures I took just before I gave it away to our church. I usually like to have things completed well ahead of time, but when it comes to quilting, can anyone get their quilt made in time to take good photographs?
I had much fun creating this quilt. I have offered it to our church to be either sold or given to a mom in need. I hope that some child enjoys it as much as I had fun making it.
Happy Quilting this Summer!