Sewing Supplies


September 2022

Rosalie Movius

Taking a Risk. I used up strips cut for another project to make the center block. Then I took a “risk” in using the grey spot fabric for the balance of the quilt. I love the orange flannel for the back. My daughter loves it.

Christie Frey

This tumbling block pattern was perfect for an ombré jelly roll. Light, medium and dark within each jelly roll strip. I designed this for my grandson who loves to build things with legos. The quilting of the tumbling blocks required lots of thread changes but really was worth it.

Kim Toffel

Although this is not “technically ” a quilt, I had fun making the banner for my little neighbor’s first birthday. Not as creative as Linda G’s, but his parents were thrilled!Kim's Banner

Nancy Watts

I bought the center panel a few years ago because our granddaughter has red hair. I enlarged the quilt by designing extra borders. It is 57” x 67”. The backing wasn’t large enough so I added an extra strip inspired by Linda Gillins. I quilted it with hearts for our princess. I named it “Sweet Dreams in Purple” because Emily loves purple.

Jean Moore-Vollmer

I’ve been making Ted Bears for about 7 years for the Ronald McDonald House. Each little bear has his/her own quilt and name card.

Jean Moore-Vollmer

The Littles was a class I took this year at the Sisters Quilt Show. The teacher, Karla Alexander, was excellent and entertaining! Quilt measures 15 1/2 X 11 3/4 inches.

Jean Moore-Vollmer

This was the second quilt I made from the class, the Littles, that I took at the Sisters Quilt Show. I call it my Covid Quilt because I got Covid during the Quilt Show and I made this quilt while I was in quarantine. It measures 12 3/4 X 13 inches.

Dawn White

This is my 11th Junior Billie Bag; I call it the “quintessential quilter’s tote.” I make a new one every time I teach a class. The accessories include a tool caddy, a rotary cutter coat (designed by me), a scissors case, and a fabric box/threadcatcher.

Jean Kelly

This quilt, “Animal Kingdom”, is for my newest grand niece, Nora Joanne Ambrosich.

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