I’ve received a lot of beautiful quilts lately and I’ve finally gotten a chance to photograph them and share them with you. They come from several wonderful quilters from various parts of the country, all very talented ladies.
The first 10 quilts are all made and quilted by Helen Baczynski, who has created many quilts since 2011. Helen brought these beautiful quilts to me at the Machine Quilting Show in Wichita, Kansas, where she was representing Intelliquilter at the show, teaching classes, and where she won ribbons for two of her quilts (“Night Hawks” and “Hungarian Blues”) that were in the show.
The next two adorable quilts were made by my friend Jeanne Ayers, who is a member of the Pelican Piecemakers guild in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Jeanne makes beautiful quilts and took the time last year to teach me how to make feathers that didn’t look like thumbs! Yay!!
The next 6 quilts were beautifully longarmed by Lori Roelse, who has quilted many tops for us over the last year or so. Lori pieced and quilted the first one herself, and the remainder were sent to her by one of our Regional Coordinators, Noreen Fling.
The last four quilts were made by Rebecca Cordes in Missouri. Rebecca’s playful quilts were all quilted on her domestic machine, using decorative stitches. She did a beautiful job, and the children who receive these will adore them!
Helen, Jeanne, Lori and Rebecca, these quilts are such a visual feast! It was a treat to hang them and photograph them all! The children who receive them will be delighted with them! Thank you all!