I’m pretty excited about the recent addition of some quick sew E2E (edge to edge) pantographs. Some of them are modern, which are so much fun, and some of them are more traditional. But these days, I’m trying to create great good looking designs that stitch out quick and easy and don’t require a “gentle touch” – No finicky patterns in this bunch!!
First up is Arrow Play E2E. It’s such a cute and fun digital pattern. It stitches out quickly and easily. The patterns repeat on top of themselves easily.
My next recent creation is called Wave Upon Wave E2E. It’s so easy! Easy to stitch out, easy to repeat, easy to layout… Lay it out stacked or lay it out in alternating rows. There are NO POINTS on this pattern so your quilting machine will happily run on a smooth, easy path. I love it! It makes a great modern swirl impression.
So, this is a pattern I’m really excited about. I worked hard, drew, erased, and re-drew while trying to create just the look I wanted. The end result was a cute and happy little pattern that makes me smile. It’ll be on a quilt around here this week. Can’t wait!
I just uploaded a new favorite digital quilting pattern for all you longarm quilters! It’s a good, old-fashioned, traditional pattern – just the kind we love around here. Hope you like it as much as we do!
…And… Did you notice? We named the pattern after our wonderful little niece? A graceful pattern for a graceful little lady! 🙂
The border and corner patterns combine to make a completely beautiful pattern on your quilt
We were soooo privileged to be allowed to do this quilt! One of our favorite, “memory-making” (you know what you mean to us!) customers brought it to us. It was truly a work of art and we felt the responsibility of such an undertaking. This quilter had spent hours upon hours doing detailed little blocks, borders, and applique. She had picked out PERFECT fabrics. The quilt was stunning. And we had the joy of quilting it!
I hope you find it as enjoyable as we did!
***Like the quilting? Own a computerized machine? Watch our blog and website for the release of the quilting patterns we used!***
I did this quilt for Kathy Lyon in December of 2012. While it was cold and snowy outside this was a beautiful, tropical quilt to work on in the warmth of my studio. It was Kathy’s first appliqué and a joy to work on. The center was all free hand and borders were patterns that were placed using the Statler Stitcher. Kathy just received the call that the quilt won Best of Show at the Elkhart County Fair. We are thrilled!