Thursday, March 30, 2017

Edge to edge quilting x 3

Welcome back friends and quilt fans. Today I have three quilts to share with you, they have all had edge to edge quilting -aka "E2E or all over quilting design.
First is Kim's fairy panel quilt made for another grandchild.

Kim chose Wool/poly batting and "feather me" E2E pattern using Glide 'warm grey' thread worked super well.

The next two quilts are both from Norma who loves her Kaffe Fassett fabrics! Norma was super excited to be getting her quilts back. Norma supplied the batting which was quite a lofty polyester.

          Isn't the touch of green so perfect! It just frames the whole quilt up beautifully.
                  I used "camellia's" E2E pattern and Fantastico "stained glass' thread.

     The last one is made using two jelly rolls. Norma's husband loved this once especially.

Measuring 82" x 90" this one didn't fit in the photo, too wet to go outside where I normally hang my customers quilts when the quilting is complete for photographs.

          Using Glide thread in the colour 'Royal' I free hand quilted the paisley shapes.


  1. Feather me E2E is my favourite, but Kaffee fabrics always glow.

  2. You got the photos to work!!! Yay!!!! Beautiful quilts and quilting once again Leeanne, the Kaffe Fasset colours are beautifully bright.

  3. Made a flower fairies quilt for my first granddaughter. Always loved those sweet little fairies!
    I especially like your freehand paisley quilting.

  4. Gorgeous Leeanne, you are right, that pop of green in that quilt is just perfect. Lovely quilting as always.

  5. what a beauty the fairy quilt is a little rl is ging to love it. Kaffe fabrics are so lovely the quilts look spectacular

  6. Good to see you overcame this issue. Also great that you continue to have a very steady work load.

  7. Your customers do know how to keep you busy Leeanne! Three lovely quilts :-)