I had a VERY busy day yesterday, and part of my day was spent over at the Longarm quilter's studio, J-Quilts, as I was dropping off a couple of quilt tops that needed to be quilted (Janette's work is AMAZING) and also I collected a couple of quilt tops that I'd left with her a few weeks ago, and she certainly has made them look beautiful. Each quilt was made with just one Jelly Roll. The first one was made with "Sunkissed" by Sweetwater for Moda, the pattern of the block is called "Mexican Fiesta Eggs" and the quilting design is called "Embellish". We chose a bright pink thread for the binding. The second one was made with "Aster Manor" by 3 Sisters for Moda, and the name of the block is called "Pin Wheel Puffs". This one was quilted with a design called "Entangle"and a chestnut coloured thread. (If you click on the pictures below you can see them enlarged). Both of these patterns were part of a programme called The Breakfast Club, and unfortunately I don't know if these patterns are still available. I shall spend my weekend binding them, and then I can share some pictures of the full quilts.
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