We talked about our favorite quilting tools. What can you not live without?
Some of ours:
Wool pressing mat – for flat seam junctions
Fons & Porter binding tool
Clover bias tape maker
Wood carving tool – to be used as a stylus/awl
Tweezers from Harbor Freight Tools
Large bar magnets from Harbor Freight Tools – for help in loading the longarm
Binding tool – with instructional video from Man Sewing
Magnetic pin cushion
Modern Quilt Guild webinars – free with membership!
Lightboard – for tracing
Mae made this paper pieced rainbow trout.
Kathleen made this quilt she titled “Happy”. Well done.
Cassie recieved her mini swap quilt. It’s titled “Desert.”
Kristi also received her mini swap quilt. I love the unusual border.
The pinwheel on the back of the mini is a great touch.
Kristi is making this baby quilt for her grandchild. The pattern is Hazel the Hedgehog by Elizabeth Hartman.
Kristi made another Hazel for the quilt back.
Melanie finished her quilt pattern sample for her new pattern, Prairie Waltz. You can find the pattern here.
Elaine finished our red charity quilt. Wonderful!
The simple quilting made the blocks stand out.
Annaleis made her sample for her quilt pattern, “Double Pinwheel.” You can get the pattern here.
Annaleis had fun with the back.
Kathy finished her Labyrinth quilt top. Well done.
Sara picked up yards of Liberty of London from an outlet shop in London. What a fun stop on her trip!
The Liberty of London peacocks are eye-catching.
Karen made this trees improv mini for the mini quilt swap.
Susan W was almost done with her flamingo applique. Pattern is by Laura Heine.
Check out the pink Peeps!