I looked through my past blog posts and found that the few medallion quilts I had written about were scattered like leaves over the Patchwork Breeze Blog; so I have condensed them here.
I start with the 9/1/14 post of the quilted pool table cover I designed in EQ7 (find the EQ link HERE.
"Our next stop was about 30 miles away in Paradise, Michigan, the Wild Blueberry Capitol of Michigan and the gateway to Tahquamenon Falls. We had our lunch packed so we stopped at the mouth of the Tahquamenon River to eat and enjoy a view of Lake Superior. We were off to Village Fabrics & Crafts.
It was here that my husband found a fabric panel a few years ago when we stopped that he asked me to make into a cover for his pool table.He really likes and appreciates it. This is how it turned out. (Hard to get a full photo of a large cover like this.)
From my 4/22/14 post I have 3 to show:
Another quilt I designed has hearts as the border. I wanted it to have the appearance of a postage stamp.
|I designed this footprint baby quilt to use the bear|
fabric as the outer border. I have the pattern for sale
|The final quilt for today is my 30s Reproduction|
fabrics with a center panel of kittens in a basket.
This was for a guild challenge using 30s prints.
While I thought it was great, there were others
even more spectacular.
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Both pool table and kitty panel quilt have colors that work well with the panels. It is a fun short cut, isn't it!
I love the pool table cover. Great job!
I've never seen a quilted pool table cover, very clever. You have some very fun medallion quilts in your portfolio.
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