Thursday, June 5, 2008


My favorite reference book. Nice clear instructions and photos.

My first (and last) scalloped edge.
Next time I'm going to do a "wavy" edge.
Not take such a deep scallop.
Here's a picture of the quilt before binding. It's king size.
Robyn Pandolph fabrics.

Meet Me in Paris

This is a customer Block of the Month.
King size. I love the setting stars.
Pinks, greens and florals, one of my favorite combinations.

She wanted feather wreaths in the large solid blocks.

Block Detail

Another customer quilt using a overall feather meandering.
The fabrics are so busy the quilting does not show.
But the feathers do add texture.

Well, that's what I've been quilting. I'm packing to go on a Quilt Retreat this weekend. I can't wait! I'm going to piece a PINK baby quilt. And work on my "Box of Chocolates". And about 5 other UFO's. Maybe I'll finish something.

Have a fun and safe weekend.


  1. Hi! I was so surprised to pull up your blog...and the very post up....was your Meet Me In Paris Quilt out of Robyn Pandolph fabrics. I designed the quilt and get such a kick out of seeing what people have done with the pattern. Yours is gorgeous!! Thanks for making it!

  2. I don't know if my last comment went through or not...the page came up and said that 'Blogger" was I will repost.
    Imagine my surprise when I pulled up your post and you had your Meet Me In Paris quilt there in the Robyn Pandolph fabrics. I designed the pattern, and it is so fun to see the quilts showing up all over done in different fabrics. By the way....yours is beautiful! I have to ask....did you use the EZ Scallop ruler for your scallops? I know scallops are a little mores work..but they really do make this quilt. Keep up the awesome work!!


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