Machine Quilting with Style
13 friends each remade the 12 quilts + 1 of the backings. I have included their versions, too. Photography of my quilts courtesy of Martingale and Brent Kane. Here’s the order in which they are presented in the book:
Ripples, made by Melissa Corry and her MIL Barbara
Drizzle, made by Cheryl Brickey
Color Crystals, made by Vicki Ruebel
Honorable Mention, PIQF 2015
Faculty Award, MQX New England 2016
Urban sunrise, made by Ida Ewing
Best Machine Quilting, Pahrump Quilt Show 2016
Little Man’s Fancy, made by Tina Guthmann
Static, made by Lee Heinrich
Square in a Square, made by me
Juried into Road to California, 2016
Square in a Square, made by Stacy Cooper
Focal Point, recolored in EQ7 using Chic Neutrals fabric from Amy Ellis
Focal Point, made by Amy Garro
Pink, made by Leanne Chahley
Candy Pop, made by Linda Hungerford
Broken V, made by Sharon McConnell
Facets, made by Kristy Daum
Pearl Gray, made by Alyce Blyth
The Ultimate Guide to Machine Quilting
- Signed by Christa and Angela
- Available on Amazon
- Ebook only or hard copy + free ebook from Martingale
Angela Walters and I each made the same ten quilts in our own choice of fabrics and quilting motifs. There are 10 different patterns presented along with over 50 different machine quilting designs.
Christa’s version – in rainbow order.
Angela’s version – mix it up and throw in a scrappy binding!
Christa’s version – bold and contemporary.
Angela’s version – white and traditional.
My version of Plumb Lines won 2nd Place, Modern at HMQS in 2016.
Christa’s version – free-motion alternatives to straight line quilting.
Angela’s version – peachy keen!!
Christa’s version – pretty in pink!
Angela’s version – make your friends green with envy when you learn how to quilt these motifs!
Christa’s Version in shades of blue with walking foot quilting and FMQ.
Angela’s version in red showing how to break down large blocks for quilting success.
Christa’s version – grid quilting in warm earthy tones.
Angela’s version – jewel box quilting with lots of negative space fillers.
Christa’s version using Angela’s fabrics with walking foot continuous spiral quilting.
Angela’s version quilted with multi-sized spirals.
Christa’s version – completely quilted with a walking foot.
Angela’s version – having fun with improv borders!
Christa’s version – it’s a machine quilting sampler!
Angela’s version – bold and dramatic.
Christa’s version – cool teal solids with a touch of print.
Angela’s version – perfect for practicing turning a corner!