Quilts for Kids and a Wedding Quilt

The morning sky is so pretty. It might be spring now but it is still cold these days. I can't wait until those trees have buds on them. 

I longarmed a client quilt this week. It was a very pretty salmon color. I used a nice large swirly pantograph pattern to complement the blocks.


I finished a few more 3-yard quilts for Quilts for Kids. I love the patterns so much. They are easy to follow and I like the variety of patterns available. The only knock I have is that the patterns have one and a quarter inch binding strips and I would rather do two and a quarter inch binding. So I never follow the binding instructions. 

I squeezed in some quality time with my granddaughter Avery. We went out for pedicures. It was her first time. I think she will want to do it again.

Our friends Linda and Bill got married last fall. They chose to throw a wedding reception in March. We were happy to join in their celebration and I made them a wedding quilt. Linda's favorite color is red so I incorporated the color in as well as a few motorcycle themed pieces of fabric. They belong to the American Legion Riders Motorcycle group and love to raise money for veterans. So this really seemed like an appropriate representation of the things they like.

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