Mary Anne made this quilt as a gift and it is going to a woman who grew up around Louisville but no longer lives here
When it was time to pick out the appropriate all over, edge-to-edge quilting pattern it made sense to use the Funky Fleur De Lis pantograph. After all, Louisville’s city symbol is the Fleur De Lis! Now this displaced native Louisvillian can be reminded of her city where ever she goes.
I kept the density of the pantogragh low as it is to be a snuggly quilt for the new owner.
This week I’m finishing up 2 t-shirt quilts made out of cheerleader uniforms for two seniors on the Sacred Heart cheerleading squad. Here’s a mock up of the placement of the shirts/uniforms for one of the girls. I included a photo of the girl and embroidered her name below the picture. It turned out very nice! I’ve now got it all quilted and bound so I’ll share the final photos soon.
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