Posted by: jbaner | January 18, 2014

More quilts to share

I can’t believe how much time has past again since I last posted. Of course November and December are my busiest months of the year, so I had little time to spend at the computer. I thought I’d share with you a few of the quilts that came my way during that time. I apologize for the poor pictures because of the lack of space I have to hang a large quilt to take a proper picture.

The first is a Seahawk fan quilt. And since they are playing their last playoff came tomorrow, I thought I share this with all you fans.

Seattle Seahawks fan quilt

Seattle Seahawks fan quilt

Close up of center

Close up of center

Then for all of you who have committed to your workouts, here’s one that may inspire you! I love the block about bacon!!!

Sno Valley Crossfit

Sno Valley Crossfit

Now for a more traditional view of things……here is an Irish Mist quilt that I really enjoyed doing. Again, sorry you can’t see the whole thing. I included some detail shots of the quilting as well.

Irish Mist

Irish Mist

Irish Mist center detail

Irish Mist center detail

Irish Mist feathered detail

Irish Mist feathered detail

Here’s one more that I thought was so cute. And even though it seems like it would call for custom work, the client requested an overall design and it worked out beautifully! It’s called Puffins.

Puffins

Puffins

Puffins detail

Puffins detail

That’s all for now. I plan on doing some more drawings, so I will post again hopefully in the near future!

Thanks for looking!

Jo

 

 

 

 

 

 

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