The following patterns and projects are for use on a computerized longarm system and not available in a format for handwork.
Cookie Cutter Applique Baby Quilt 55" x 60"
Large Cookie Cutter animals are appliqued to the center panel of a cute baby quilt.
This quilt is one of many pieces I have finished in my Quilt Rescue project. The original textile was two 100 lb sugar sacks sewn together to create a long panel. The sacking had been woven with stripes and was intended to be recycled as dish towels. A creative soul decided instead to applique animals on it. Your center panel can be striped, pieced, or plain, as you like.
For the rescue, I added the pieced blocks and sashes on each side to give it better proportions and to make it a usable size. I quilted the quilt on my Statler Stitcher. For new work, you will piece the entire top first and applique the animals after the quilting is done.
PDF includes instructions for piecing the Hen and Chicks blocks and applique with the Statler Sticher. The Statler Project includes image, full applique layout with blanket stitch applique and detail stitching, block, and sashing quilting patterns.
These wholecloth patterns are single patterns in .csq format, for Statler Stitchers, only. The entire small quilt is a single pattern and can only be made as large as your throat space will allow. Backgrounds were added freehand and are not part of the pattern.
Make these little quilts as wall quilts for your studio, gifts, or craft and bazaar items.
Here's a quick project to stitch out on your longarm and then embellish by hand. This is a great project for young people to make. Fashionable and fun to wear. Make them as gifts, or craft table items, or just to wear yourself.
8 pattern styles. Choose a pattern that suits your mood, then add embellishments to complement and finish the look. See how easy they are to make here - pdf Click here to order patterns for Cuffs
Quilted Bags and Purses
Beautiful Bags and Purses to make on your longarm and then finish on your domestic machine.