Created by: Sugar n Spice
Project

Winter Wonderland Quilt...in progress

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Crabapple Hill Studio: Winter Wonderland #408 Link to website or photo www.crabapplehillstudio.com/items/408_winter_wonderland.aspx What are you most proud of? I knocked out all 10 red work scenes in 3 months. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Work on the scenes a little at a time.

You Can Make This

Sugar n Spice made Winter Wonderland Quilt...in progress with:

  • White cotton fabric
  • perle cotton thread
  • hoop to do the red work and various cotton fabrics for the border.

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Crabapple Hill Studio: Winter Wonderland #408 Link to website or photo www.crabapplehillstudio.com/items/408_winter_wonderland.aspx What are you most proud of? I knocked out all 10 red work scenes in 3 months. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Work on the scenes a little at a time.

Q&A with Sugar n Spice

emthep asked:
Your work is outstanding. Love the embroidery...Something I don't like to do. Glad you like my work and I spend a lot of time in my little "sweatshop",cranking out quilts. I also work part time and volunteer.
Sugar n Spice answered:
Thank you! I picked up a few tips from my Grandmother years ago on the embroidery. I laughed at your sweatshop comment. That is exactly what I told my husband last night, 'I need to camp out in my sweatshop to crank out more quilt creations...Every compliment and comment is appreciated. I am pretty new at a lot of these things and want to earn respect of quilters and talented people, like you. I have so much to learn, yet am very eager to jump in. I admire you as a part time worker, a volunteer AND an excellent quilter.
Sewn Up, TeresaDownUnder asked:
Great work. I very much like combining quilting with embroidery.
Sugar n Spice answered:
Thank you. It was the first combination project of the two mediums I have done. I know there will be more!
teddybearcorner asked:
looks wonderful,i don't do a lot of the xmas work availible as they don't depict our Australian xmas,but i very much appreciate the work of others. Keep the stitcheries coming,you are appreciated.
Sugar n Spice answered:
Thank you! I recently found I really enjoy it! I will be happy to continue..what depicts an Australian Christmas? I would love to know~

Skill Level

Beginner