Bright scrappy fabrics combined with black and white fabrics and feather quilting create a striking and favorite quilt. The pattern is from Trudie Hughes.
Many Very Green Trips Around the World
This quilt was made using many greens from my stash. It was quilted with one large spiral.
This color study was made with 1” squares to test the fabrics for Many Very Green Trips Around the World. A few fabrics (those with white or off-white backgrounds or metallic accents) were removed and a few additional fabrics were added to the final quilt.
Black and White Scrap Bag Quilt
I purchased a bag of black and white scraps at a quilt show. Most of the scraps were strips of varying width. Red centers and a black border were added to the scraps. The width of strips varied because of the limited fabric available. Quilting was done with the embroidery module on my Bernina. Enough small scraps were left to begin another black and white quilt!
Quilting with Metallic Thread Class Sample
This small quilt was created as a class sample for a lecture/demonstration on quilting with metallic thread. It includes embellishing a printed fabric with free motion metallic quilting, walking foot and free motion bobbin quilting, walking foot quilting, and bobbin quilting done with the embroidery module on my Bernina.
Free Motion Quilting with the Bernina Stitch Regulator Class Sample
This small quilt was made as a class sample. It demonstrates a variety of free motion quilting designs that can be done with the BSR.