Way back in the spring, I made a quilt for a wedding gift for our DS1 and DDIL2.
It’s a monster king-size, and I knew I couldn’t even begin to quilt it. So off to the local long-arm quilter it went.
At the time, life was a whirl – getting ready for our cross-country trip, making baby stuff, preparing for the wedding to come in August, winding up work, sewing ahead for Christmas…..and Linda (the quilter) said she’d be posting the quilt on her blog. I said I’d be watching for it – and then completely forgot.
I’m not sure what made me think of it this morning, but I took a trip over to visit Linda at her blog, and here’s what I found:
Didn’t she do a fabulous job of the quilting? If you need a quilter, be sure to head over to Quilted Cats Hideaway. Linda and her daughter Rhonda are both fabulous quilters (at every step of the way), and will do just as wonderful a job as they did on this one. Here’s a picture of their studio, from their web-site:
My quilt, called East Meets West, filled the frame completely from end-to-end, with not much room left over.
Just my little plug for a local business!
And while I’m here…..a little reminder……don’t forget to come back on December 10 and enter the draw for my give-away for the Quilter’s Gallery 5th Birthday Blog Hop Party – link on my left-hand side-bar.
Happy quilting! Blessings, Peg