Ike Quilt Number 1

Here is the first of the quilts I'm sending to the victims of Hurricane Ike. It's a one-patch quilt made with 5" squares in shades of pink and cream. It's a twin-sized or large lap-sized quilt. I quilted it with a pantograph pattern from Cheryl Barnes' Dot-to-Dot Quilting book.

Here's a shot of the back. Iused unbleached muslin for the backing and 6.6oz poly batting. The binding still needs to be attached at this point.

I have 2 more tops ready for the machine that are smaller - kid-sized for cuddling. I hope to get to them later this weekend.



Anonymous said…
The quilt and quilting is just beautiful. Somebody is going to be so happy. You got me inspired to start working on my Ike quilt.
Susan Loftin said…
Thanks Millie. I've been sewing up a storm making quilt tops this weekend and will post photos of them later today.

Popular posts from this blog

Log Cabin

Hawaiian Quilt Progress and a Finished Double Wedding Ring Quilt

Zipper Leader Tutorial - Part 1