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November 8, 2021
Three for Patrice from Night Owl Quilting

Patrice recently sent three lovely quilts for me to work on.  First up is the beautiful king size BQ quilt that is going to stay in her bedroom.  Patrice selected the Flirtatious pantograph and black thread for the quilting.  The BQ pattern from Maple Island Quilts is just perfect for showcasing a special fabric.

She other two quilts are for Patrice's grandsons.  I love how she made them just a little bit different with her backing choices.

The quilt with the green backing received the Raindrops pantograph.

The blue backing received the Windswept pantgraph.


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September 9, 2021
Tula Pink Basics Crazy Quilt from Night Owl Quilting

Leslie from Keystone Modern Creative made this happy quilt using Lori Holt Crazy Quilt papers and fabric from the Tula Pink basics line.  The quilt papers are 10" square so perfect to use with a layer cake!

Leslie left the quilting choice up to me for this shop sample, I instantly thought of the the Flirtatious pantograph, and added a shiny lilac Magnifico thread.

I love the border and backings that Leslie selected from the collection.


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March 12, 2021
Lucky Log Cabin from Night Owl Quilting

Reneta made this cheerful Lucky Log Cabin quilt.  The pattern is from Quilty Love.  Reneta had been saving her V & Co Confetti Ombre jelly roll for just the right project.  When I saw the quilt top, I knew what I wanted to quilt on it.  I sent Reneta one option and she agreed - the Flirtatious pantograph.

This fabric always makes me think of a celebration with the metallic confetti, so adding the Flirtatious pantograph in Shiny gold Magnifico thread (2063 Clover Honey) just adds to the party in my eyes.

Reneta has a piece of Tula Pink backing in her ...

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March 11, 2020
Minnesota Stars from Night Owl Quilting

I recently had to opportunity to collaborate on a project with Jennifer from Needle Crafts and Studio.  Jennifer got in a great new line of fabric called Forest Jewels from Cloud 9 Fabrics and proposed using it to put together our Highway 10 Designs "Minnesota Stars" pattern.  

I was more than excited to use the palette that Jennifer selected. (I believe Jennifer has just a limited number of kits available in her shop.)

Here are a few close ups of the blocks.

I used a mustard colored thread for the quilting and the Flirtatious pantograph seemed to be the perfect ...

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