Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Well, I don't get to take any photos of the girls with the quilts. Hannah was busy with other kids, Lynnea was not well. But I did take some photos.
Here is me and old friends, with Puteri & hubby Roger, Hannah & Lynnea.
Me again with old colleagues and friends.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Monday, September 26, 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011
I hope her MIL likes the covers.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Monday, September 19, 2011
Here is my assistant trying out the machine. It didn't take long before we get ourselves familirized with the machine. Now all we need to do is practice, practice and practice.
See, now she can pose with the machine.
We will be ready to take orders for machine quilting in a few weeks time. Ladies, if you have finished quilt tops that are ready to be quilted but hesitant to quilt them yourself, please get in touch with us. Yes, it is tough to crawl on the floor when we are doing basting. Or the table we have at home is just not big enough to spread the quilt. So worry no more ladies.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Here are the quilts - Hannah is the elder sister.
And here is Lynnea's - the baby sister.
Both quilts were assembled using double layers of cotton batting and flannel as the backing. They were thick, quilting was a bit harder (esp. the border, using FMQ). They are really warm and we hope that the quilts will keep the two little princess warm in their home.
I will be seeing them this weekend. Hope to be able to get them to post with the quilt.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Hello again. Today's post is about pillow covers (again). Well, one of my customers who was expecting came to the shop with her elder sister (since she is about to deliver anytime, someone needs to be with her in case of emergency!). Her sister ended up requesting us to make four pillow cases for her little princess, Hani. She chose the borders and the background fabrics. The rest, she said, I leave them to you to decide.
So we matched the applique fabrics against the borders. We used different fonts for the name as she wanted. And here they are. Three of the four were machine quilted (FMQ using different patterns). The last one was hand quilted.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Monday, September 5, 2011
Anyone interested? Please call us for a lesson.