Sewing Supplies


March 2023

Rosalie Movius

I found 4 yards of this Violet Craft fabric. I was intrigued by the landscape blue print and felt challenged by the soft colors (not my usual color palette). Then I noticed the tiny tracks of cat paw prints and her title of “State of Catterson”. And I used up some of lighter charm squares.

Liz McElhinny

This quilt was made for my grandson, Harrison. He arrived in January 2023 and joins his brother, James. The quilt is made from another Giant Block and is a companion to the quilt I made for James.
36” block plus borders made it a 42” square quilt. The straight line quilting is done with FMQ ruler and walking foot. The print fabric has FMQ curves with a ruler. Label done on B153.

Linda G

Continuation of my grandchildren’s birthday banners. This banner is for my granddaughter who turns 14. She has enjoyed being in productions in school and community theatre for several years. Acting, singing and dance brings her joy so the banner reflects a star on stage. She is a star in her grandmother’s eyes!Linda Banner

Linda G

I enjoy using Robin Long’s tools. This quilt was made with the ‘fat’ ruler, has an inset compass and appliqué turned edge center circle. The quilt is a gift to my neighbor who under went cardiac bypass surgery. The orange/ gold fabric was included because it’s the color of my neighbor’s favorite lounge chair. It’s titled ‘A Good Nap’ – good naps promote healing.

Nancy Watts

This quilt was made for a challenge using the fabric of little green men. The alternate colorful blocks were made by taking a picture of our TV screen during a program with drawings of outer space. The pictures were then printed on fabric.

Jean Moore-Vollmer

Both of these little quilts were made for my daughter-in-law and my granddaughter. They don’t want anymore quilts but I plan on making them a series of quilts that represent the different seasons of the year. I am practicing my free motion quilting. I recommend the book, FREE-MOTION combinations by Christina Cameli.

Jean Moore-Vollmer

Again, this quilt is from a kit. My Daughter-in-law loves gardening so I made this tulip quilt. More practice in free-motion quilting.

Marcia Sanderman

These two pot holders were made as a belated hostess gift for two of my cousins who hosted us for lunch a few weeks ago. Fabrics from my ‘collection’.

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