Machine Quilting and New Pattern Too!


While at the quilting retreat a few weeks ago I was asked about a quilt pattern I had drafted over three years ago for the Barbara Butcher Snyder sampler quilt made in Pennsylvania during the late 1800s. The pattern has full size drawings the wonderful, intricate, 4 1/2” blocks set together with a wide, double pink sashing. Each block has a color print if you want to replicate the original colors. Finished size is 81” x 91” (The photo on the web site was used with permission). The pattern is called

A Mother's Gift

and is available in the Online Store. If you own the Electric Quilt 5 design program, you can purchase a

Project CD

for the quilt. It's $19.95 and has all the blocks and quilt layout files. The CD will not work on it's own. You must have Electric Quilt on your computer to open the files.


You might have noticed a new tab across the top of the web site. I've added

Machine Quilting

to the Sentimental Stitches family of products. It's not a free service like most of my patterns, but I've tried to keep the prices reasonable and will have enough help so the turn around time on quilts won't be too long. Your quilt tops will be treated as if they were my own and quilted on a stitch regulated machine.
Hand quilting was always my first choice for finishing my quilts until I realized I was never going to live along enough to hand quilt all of them and I still wanted to make more!

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