Saturday Sampler

Kathy made this adorable Saturday Sampler quilt as a block of the month through American Quilting in Orem, UT.
Kathy is actually one of my long-arm quilter friends, so when she asked me to machine quilt her quilt for her I was not only very flattered, but also a little terrified!
I was however, super duper excited to machine quilt this fun quilt. There is so much detail and a lot of room for me to play around and add a few details.
I machine quilted feathers, clams, pebbles, flowers, arcs, swirls and a few more, all of which I teach how-to quilt in my book; Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting.
I just love it! I love how it turned out!
Thanks for letting me machine quilt your adorable quilt Kathy!
For more information about this pattern, hop over to American Quilting.


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  2. I love absolutely everything about this quilt!

  3. Holy heck, I love this! I like how you quilted the nine patches to look like they are curved.

  4. The quilting on the hexi row just pops. You really do extraordinary work.

  5. I really need a Gammill! You did a great job!


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