Back in 2009 i purchased a used Gammill longarm quilting machine in hopes of making a little extra $ to help send my sons to college. Oh wow! I never imagined how much I would LOVE my new ...
Back in 2009 i purchased a used Gammill longarm quilting machine in hopes of making a little extra $ to help send my sons to college. Oh wow! I never imagined how much I would LOVE my new adventure! Before that, I was a full time stay at home mom, volunteering in just about everything...even the local quilt shop. You'll find me in the 2002 Quilt Sampler magazine, just my picture, nothing more. lol :) I believe those days fueled my passion and here i am today, longarm quilting for clients, teaching classes at local quilt shops, and designing patterns. You'll find more about me and my work on my quilting blog: laugh yourself into Stitches*
Other than hit by the quilting bug...i love antiques, repurposing junk and digging in the dirt... but most of all, spending time with family...nothing better than that!
Get 2 Halloween Table Runners with this pattern!
Start out making this festive CandyCorn Pumpkin table runner and end up with leftover pieced scraps to make a second table runner~~ CandyCorn Pinwheels! Both complimenting each other to fill your home with Halloween fun!...Or give one away as a gift!
Simple to make, fun to machine quilt!
Picture the CandyCorn Pumpkin runner with stars quilted into the chevrons. Take a star shaped cookie cutter, trace it just below the chevron peaks with an erasable marker, quilt around the star shape and do a tight meander in the remaining chevron. The stars will puff out...I wish i would have thought of that first!
Fabric line used is Sandy Gervais's Monster Bash