I recently finished long arm quilting this absolutely stunning rainbow batik quilt for a customer. I had a ton of fun quilting it and am very happy with the results. The customer loves it, and her sister who pieced it
I’ll admit it, I’m fussy about having good spaces to do my work. If I feel cramped, or like there isn’t enough surface area, or things are too disorganized, I have a hard time creating things and getting work done.
These table runners were constructed by setting a pin wheel into the center of a sawtooth star, surrounding each block with sashing and then putting a 3 inch border around the whole thing. It’s amazing the difference between the two
Dogstar Quilts very first customer longarm quilting job came in last week, and is already back to it’s owner for binding! This quilt was made by a great grandmother of one of my riding students. She is 93 years old
With the holidays approaching orders for gifts are coming in and mug rugs seem to be a popular item this year. I have more to do but here are the ones I have made for customers so far!
I am so excited to say that this quilt is complete as it was the catalyst for a journey that has taken years (and will continue for years) but has definitely hit a milestone in the completion of this quilt.
Here is my new idea for a Christmas tree ornament made from show ribbon rosettes, some extra ribbon and some jingle bells! I’ll link this blog post to a tutorial when I make the tute… Probably closer to
I made this for a Secret Santa Swap that I am participating in. It’s a little extra something I am including for my giftee. One side is for Fall and the other for Christmas 🙂 I made it from a
Today was the Fall Combined Test at EHSC, my local horse riding club. I was the chairperson for the show, which means I was basically the organizer. It took up most of the last few days and it was a