How Would You Quilt It? Gail’s Cats Panel Quilt

How Would You Quilt It? Gail's Cat's Panel Quilt

Every month during our Quilted Joy Clubhouse live meetings, we spend a few minutes looking at how I might quilt a quilt top. These quilt tops are not my own. Instead they came from unquilted tops shared in the Quilted Joy Clubhouse Facebook Group. (Click here to join in the fun over in the group!) […]

Peggy’s To the Moon and Back Baby Quilt

Peggy found the perfect fabric panel for her baby quilt with cute little animals and the phrase, "I love you to the moon and back." See how Angela quilted this adorable little quilt!

There are so many adorable panels available that are perfect for a baby quilt, and sometimes you don’t need to make a heavily pieced quilt for baby. This is Peggy’s baby quilt, and isn’t it adorable? It’s a quilt panel themed after the saying “I love to the moon and back.” The little owls, sheep, […]

October Renter Roundup

Here are a few more renters with their works of art! Come to Quilted Joy to rent a longarm machine like these quilters have and finish those UFOs!

Pat was in earlier this summer to quilt this stunning log cabin quilt.  Her family makes quilts to commemorate each wedding and birth in the family.  About 20 family members worked on this quilt.  Her nephew and his bride selected the center fabric for each block, and the family contributed the rest of the fabrics.  Pat […]

Noah’s Ark

Panel Quilt

Here’s a baby quilt I finished for a new client. She is giving it to her itty bitty great grandson. Lucky boy!      I really liked how she elevated the center panel with her pieced pinwheel blocks. The fabric uses storm clouds as a theme. It is a perfect companion block! Quilted Joy Blog […]