Seriously. If you live anywhere near Bountiful, Utah, please come see our booth at the Artisan Fair. Then my death by sewing will not be in vain! I made a few more car seat blankets, but I don't want to see those right now, so I'll skip to the quilts. (I secretly want to keep all of these. I even know what I'd use them for.)
First, a double wedding ring runner with Moda's "Blessings" fabric. I used a charm pack to make all the arcs and I had my favorite long-arm quilter, Dixie Anderson, do the fancy quilting. Wouldn't this look awesome on a Thanksgiving table? Am I the only one who thinks about Thanksgiving right now?
Next, a pumpkin seed runner with Mark Lipinski's "Winter's Grace" fabrics. This is supposedly Christmas fabric (on sale!). The woman at the fabric store told me this is a traditional European (she said it was German, specifically) style. I loved the greens and plums and I REALLY love the rabbits hidden in the green pattern. (Don't worry, Mom, I have enough to make another one if this sells or if I decide to keep it.) I don't think I've used my black teapot for a prop before. :)
Last is a quilt I finished ten minutes ago. It's Amy Butler's "Love" in 18" flowers! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this quilt. I really want to keep it. I have a spot to hang it and everything. Hmmm. Am I obsessed with plum lately or what? Anyway, I used the same interfacing I use for the four petaled flowers, I just did eight of them.
Look at this delicious quilting detail:
Go check out more "love" on Amy's blog today. I'm so excited to see her finished quilt!