Saturday, April 30, 2016

Pam's disappearing four patch quilt

 This is Patricia Ritter and my "Opal" pantograph design.
It is available in paper and several different digital formats.
To see more of our designs go to Urban Elementz.
 I don't have a computer for my machine, so I'm using the paper pantograph.
It is pictured here on my machine table, I hope it helps you to see the design better.
Pam used a cute line of fabric from AdornIt.
 This pattern is called a Disappearing 4 Patch, and the pattern is from Missouri Star Quilt Co.
Search for their easy tutorials on YouTube.
 Here is a close up of the Opal pantograph, I love how it flows nicely from left to right.
 I used an 8020 cotton/poly batting, and a 30 tex white perma core thread.

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, April 28, 2016

"Merriment" on a Winterberry!

Pam made this beautiful quilt out of Winterberry by Kate & Birdie from Moda.
I was thrilled to have the opportunity to finally quilt out Patricia Ritter
and my "Merriment" pantograph.  All of our pantograph designs are available in paper and
several digital formats.  This design has been my most favorite to quilt out. 
 All of our designs are available at Urban Elementz.
 I used an 8020 cotton/poly batting, and a white 30 tex perma core thread from A&E.

 I love the movement of this design and how it just kind of dances across the quilt.

 Close ups!

Thanks for stopping by~!
happy quilting

Monday, April 25, 2016

Lisa's hexie Juggle quilt!

Lisa requested that I quilt Patricia Ritter and my Marmalade pantograph
on her Juggle hexagon quilt.  I was thrilled with how it turned out.
Marmalade is available in several different pantographs, pictured above it the edge to edge design.
It is also available in a border design, border corner, a stencil and a stocking design. 
Click here to see everything available:
Here is a look at the minky back.
Close up!

Camille Roskelley created this Juggle pattern, available on her site.
These are her and her mother's Happy Go Lucky fabrics. 

Close ups!

Marmalade is our most popular pantograph, it quilts beautifully on
so many different patterns.  Love it!
Thanks for coming by!
Happy quilting, Leisha~! 

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Barbara's beautiful quilt

When I saw Barbara's quilt I knew I wanted to quilt
 Patricia Ritter and my Veranda pantograph, I think it compliments
 the fabrics and pattern she used.
 The quilt pattern is called Mosaic from Edyta Sitar's "Friendship Triangles" book.
You use the LBQ-0222 Triangle Papers for every pattern in her book.  
 Click on the image to make the pictures bigger.
 Barbara used a variety of traditional fabrics, and tied them together with the black fabrics.

 I love how Veranda, the pantograph, dances across the quilt, creating beautiful textures.

 Close up!

 The back!  Love the repetitive look that a pantograph gives. 

 I used a 'dyed natural' cream perma core 30 tex thread, and 8020 batting.
If you're interested in any of Patricia and my other pantograph
designs head over to
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Joleene's "Tag Team" quilt!

Joleene made this awesome baby boy quilt for her newest grand baby.  She used the Pattern Tag Team from Missouri Star Quilt Co .  She decided on a navy, grey, and red color scheme with the white background, which makes those colors pop!  Love it!  I used a 12" straight ruler from Linda at The Quilted Pineapple to do the star design, and it looks like the set of straight Edge Rulers from Linda are on sale right now!!!

Click on each of the pictures to see the detail more closely.

 Here is a close up, I've quilted two triangles that overlap,
lining up with the points in each block.

 A close up of the center block.

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