We love the quilting and the subtle mix of colors in the squares. It was posted by Cedar Creek Quilting, LLC and it was made for a granddaughter who has a birthday in 2 days! Thanks, Cedar, for your post. The work is lovely.
Jennifer Henry made this baby quilt and just simply said, in her post, “They wanted an aquatic theme.” We love the bright colors and sense of movement and ease. It’s like little windows into a very happy sea. Thanks again, Jen!
This electric work of art was shared with our community by Mary Munnerlyn and is one of the most popular with our readers. It has 9009 pieces! Mary says the pattern is called Mystic Nights from Lockwoodquilts.com. It is riviting and beautiful!
Annette Ozgowicz writes that her mother found this very old quilt top at a flea market for just $40. Annette finished it up. It is king sized and all hand quilted. Notice the border. It also is done with hexagons which Annette said took many long hours. It’s a fantastic work. We’d love to know, too, how many hexs are in it. We believe this pattern is a type of “Field of Diamonds” but would like our readers to comment if that is correct or not.
Carol Blake cross-stitched and hand quilted this work of love. Many of us started quilting as children with cross-stitched quilts that were popular in the 1960’s-70’s. It’s nice to see the tradition continue. Thanks, Carol for sharing it with us.