All of these quilts are finished with my no-binding QUILTapestry technique. The first three are my Scandinavian Series Quilts and are available as patterns The top border serves dual purpose as a hanging sleeve!
I created this QUILTapestry from a bundle of batik fat quarters that I won in a silent auction and embellished with my machine's built-in embroidery stitches with gold thread.
HMD-105 Scandinavian Christmas
The first of the Scandinavian Quilt Series and the first time I tried to finish a quilt with my no-binding technique. Not only is there no binding to attach, the top border does double duty as the hanging sleeve!HMD-105 Scandinavian Christmas
HMD-106 Scandinavian Sky
This quilt was inspired by the traditional sweater vests worn by Estonian school boys.HMD-106 Scandinavian Sky
HMD-107 Folk Dance
This quilt was inspired by the tradioanl patterns and colors of Estonian national folk costumes.HMD-107 Folk Dance
My first "Orphan Block Rescue" Quilt using the QUILTapestry technique. My seven year old son designed the applique face for the paper-pieced pumpkin pattern from EQ7.My Pumpkin
King & Me
I created this QUILTapestry from a bundle of batik fat quarters that I won in a silent auction and embellished with my machine's built-in embroidery stitches with gold thread.King & Me
All Weather Friend
Another Orphan block rescue QUILTapestry using a leftover block from the block-exchange quilt "All Weather Friends." (see the Special Quilt Gallery for the original quilt.)All Weather Friend