As I wait for yet another shower of rain to pass over so I can prune the last of my roses I remembered I had two quilts ready to share with you. First is Lesley's Kiwiana quilt called "Stripes and Four Patches" by Missouri Quilt Star
Measuring 73" x 84" Lesley wanted this quilt for her bed so she chose wool batting and an edge to edge design called "Rotorua" and also chose a nice blue backing fabric.
Isn't this quilt a great eye spy, snippets of kiwiana! Thank you Lesley.
Next is Lorraine's fun quilt made for one of her grandsons. This is an Amy Bradley design called 'Pirates'
Lorraine wanted light custom quilting and went with polyester batting.
This quilter did have fun with this quilt, although there were times when I felt like she was being watched!
Can you guess what Lorraine's grandson's name is??
Quilt backing spotlight moments......................................
Thank you Lorraine and Levi, lets hope you have many adventures together!
While I am sharing quilts made by people with names starting with "L" lets see one recently finished by me............................
A flashy photo - plenty of rain here lately so it's all inside photo's. This is the second scrappy medallion quilt I have made, the first one I gave away to charity, this one will also be gifted to a good cause.
It was a good chance to try out a new swirl. Swirls and feathers they have something in common - you can never have too many varieties! These are my plump swirls. Notice the larger centre to the swirl? Overall this gives a bobble effect to the quilt, quite pleasing.
Thank you for stopping by, I am ending this post with thoughts of the ugliness going on in USA and I like to imagine........................... while I prune the remainder of my roses.