Bali Birds, Queen size, by Mary Corcoran
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I made this lovely Batik purse from Blank Quilting Batik fabric which I purchased a few days ago from Batiks Etc/Sew What Fabrics in Wytheville, Va. I am reviewing the new purse innards I was introduced to last weekend at the Checker Distributor Open House in Maumee, Ohio. Face-It: Firm from Sew Lazy by Lazy […]
I am a member of the BFF Quilting Bee. We meet twice a month at homes of our members. A couple years ago we started a round robin quilt. Each member made a center block and a box with the block and extra fabric was passed among the members. Each “round” had specific instructions such […]
This quilt was made in response to a challenge for the 2005 Capital Quilting Guild Show, “Quilting North Carolina, Mountains to Sea.” It won a second place ribbon. All names used with permission. Techniques used were: Fabric painting, resist, appliqué, piecing, hand and machine quilting. Click to view detail image larger.
This quilt is a third generation design. In 1871 Elizabeth Mathews Baxter created a beautiful and original wedding quilt for her son and his wife. Mary Ann Keathley was entranced by a photograph of this antique quilt and in 1989 created “Hidden Circles” based on that original quilt. Mary’s quilt can be found in the […]
Made in a class with Virginia Walton.
Uneven nine patch featuring light to dark setting and fabric from Telegraph Roads designer Pepper Cory. Machine quilting was done from the back using design on the backing fabric.