My sister Fran's first quilt. Handpieced and handquilted.
She did a wonderful job. Not many of us have our first project on display.
Fran's second quilt is a Jinny Beyer pattern and fabric.
It measures 50x50 and was a difficult quilt to piece, because so much precision is required.
Handpieced, machine quilted on her featherweight.
Here is her third quilt.
Handpieced and machine quilted.
This is the first bedsize quilt she has made.
It is absolutely gorgeous, and has the workmanship of an heirloom quilt.
She handpieced the quilt, and used a fusible applique technique,
finished with a buttonhole stitch done by hand.
The exquisite machine quilting was done by Denise Fabel of Legacy Quiltworks.
The beauty of this quilt requires pictures of the front, the back and closeups.
Made for her mother-in-law, this tote gave headaches galore, because the instructions weren't very clear.
It was definitely worth the trouble.
This is the most recent quilt she made for her daughter. Handquilted.
This cathedral window quilt is completely made by hand. She worked on it for years, but it now graces her bed.
Turned out beautiful. It is heirloom worthy.