Quilt by Credit Card

Okay, okay, I finally get what my quilting friends have known all these years: You quilt by credit card!
Leisa, the longarm quilter took 3 of my quilt tops, along with the backing fabrics I'd selected and turned the tops into beautiful quilts. I cannot wait to put the binding on and have them completely finished.
This first one is a bento box style quilt I started in a Jean Ann Wright workshop using a jelly roll and Jean's special ruler. Mom helped me select the border fabrics.
I cannot remember if I found the backing fabric at a garage sale or the local Goodwill store.
Next is a pattern and technique I learned in a Holice Turnbow class the same day as Jean Ann's class. This one is made of Moda's Brannock (Mom) & Patek fabric.
 Here is detail of the feathers Leisa quilted. I am thinking of binding it the black version of the border fabric. Yes, I said black. Just wait; you'll see. Unless, that is, Mom puts the kabosh on the idea.
 Mom sent me the delicious backing fabric (Minnick & Simpson).
The third quilt Leisa quilted for me shall remain unseen until the 5 year old recipient (or her mother) gets to see it.
I am off to the 4th day of quilt camp; I am working on another special gift quilt.
Happy Quilting Ya'll
(This is Georgia after all.)

Comments

lettielulu said…
Sounds like you're getting some great quilts finished. Good to hear you so upbeat. Continue to enjoy 'camp'!
Libby said…
I'm all for the black binding....go for it!