Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Sharing More of My Quilting with You!

This is a custom quilted praire point tree.


I quilted a border design that was similiar to one of the scrappy background prints. The background is simple with snowflakes swirling about.

Schnibbles Mon Ami

Quilted edge-to-edge with Winterberry design to mimic fabrics.

This & That's Butter Churn was quilted using edge-to-edge called Deb's Feathers (a number one favorite and requested design)

Another Schnibble Mon Ami

Quilted flowers are a design called Spring Garden.

49 comments:

Oddbjørg said...

Your quilting is fantastic!

Leeanne said...

Love them all, you do such pretty quilting.Thank you for sharing.

JCnNC said...

Quite a lot of magic you are displaying there - at least that is what I call it. Very beautiful quilting. Judy C

Sue said...

So gorgeous! Are these all your quilts or for customers. That prairie point Christmas tree is so adorable!

Michele said...

Ooh! I love them all! Beautiful quilting designs! Lovely as always Mary :-)

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Gorgeous!! I love the snowflakes on the prairie point tree! Beautiful. The edge to edge is awesome too. Deb's Feather's. So pretty.

Madame Samm said...

love the tree...quilting everything...ok christmas is not around the corner is it LOL.
on the blog roll at stash today...yes you are..great pic to show

Needled Mom said...

Beautiful. I love how you picked up the design in the fabric on that Prairie Point tree.

Mary Lou Casada said...

Variety, consistency, imagination, and flawless execution! What is not to love!! :-D You must be burning the midnight oil to get so much accomplished! Keep 'em coming. They are eye candy to me! :-)
Blessings,
Mary Lou

Shelley said...

I love the quilting on Both of the Mon Amis!! Just gorgeous!!!!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Mary I'm just in awe of your quilting. And that prairie point tree is amazing - I have a friend who loves prairie points so I need to pass this on! blessings, marlene

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Wasn't able to open email photos! Love how you pulled the scrappy background on the prairie point tree together AND how nice the tree stands out with the snowflakes! Just perfect!

Stray Stitches said...

Your quilting is truly amazing!

Shannon said...

You have been busy. They are all beautiful. Did you use the same fabric for all of the projects? What line is it, I love the colors!

Karen said...

Mary, you are a quilting queen! The custom quilting on the tree is certainly creative. I like that the design below the tree is different than the top part. Kind of like ground & sky.

Cheryl said...

The snowflakes are my favorite and I have more quilts quilted with Deb's feathers than any other panograph. Beautiful!

Sinta Renee said...

OUtstanding work Mary! It's amazing what you can do with a quilt-- to give it dimention and texture! Love them! You actually make me think about getting a longarm... not that I don't think you just "make it" look easy!

Gwargedd said...

You make quilting look so easy they all look fabulous.

Irishgirlsews said...

OMG! Your quilting makes the quilts come alive! Love the feathers and the spring flowers....WOW WOW WOW. Just what I needed to see after a hard day at work.
Thanks
Wendy

Rita said...

As always, beautiful quilting, Mary!

Lori said...

I can't believe how fast you are!!! All beauties!

Sheila said...

I know I have said it before but I will say it again your quilting is amazing !!

Gypsy Quilter said...

Wow, you've been BUSY! Thanks for sharing.

Pat said...

Lovely...and how creative a job you did on that tree piece!

Sherry said...

Great job they look wonderful.The
prairie point tree must of been hard to do.Did yo have to quilt under the points.

quiltingnana said...

I just love that praire point tree

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Beautiful quilting! It's hard to choose a favorite, but I'm really liking the Winterberry design.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Gorgeous! Love them all! :-)

Wendy said...

Those quilts are amazing, you must be working long hours to get them done. Great job!

Tins and Treasures said...

Good evening, Mary,
You must sew very, very fast to get all of these finished. They are absolutely beautiful.

Have a thoughtful Thursday ~Natalie

Joan said...

Beautiful quilts - lovely quilting

Janet said...

The quilts have really come alive with your quilting. I love the border on the first quilt.

paulette said...

Your quilting is stunning!! Absolutely gorgeous!! Well done!
P

QuiltSue said...

All beautiful, but I think I liked the winterberry one best. It was great to see the 2 Mon Ami's but quilted differently.

Stephanie said...

Beautiful. The quilting makes the quilts come to life. Love how you did the first prairie point tree.

Appalachian Quilts said...

Deb's feathers is a favorite here, too. I also end up doing a lot of the Classy Curls. Love the Prairie Point Tree! Good job on the quilting! :)

Blessings

Cindy said...

Ah, I DO remember the prairie point tree in months' past. Wasn't it on Moda Bake Shop? Fun pattern for sure.

Valerie Z said...

WOW! I've looked at your post several times just admiring every quilt shown! Gorgeous and fabulous!

Sherri said...

Everything is beautiful! I especially love the custom prairie point tree...amazing!

Mary said...

Love the quilting on the tree, especially at the base.

Rebecca P said...

I love them all, & of course your quilting is so beautiful.

SewCalGal said...

Beautiful quilts. I feel like I just went to a wonderful quilt show. Love them all.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

2ne said...

I love your quilting :-)

Jackie said...

Your quilting is amazing! I love them all but the girly girly part of me really loves the flowers!

Corrie said...

Just beautiful!

Vivian said...

May I join in the unanimous chorus? Your quilting is beautiful!

I am Just One Mom said...

fab, fab, fab dimensional tree. just love it. thank you for sharing.

Kim D. said...

All the quilts are lovely, but your quilting really catches ones eye. Just beautiful!

Carrie P. said...

Simply lovely. I do like the winterberry design. I think you have shown it before.