|Mr Wazoo started with this pinwheel quilt|
|I love how the close-up shows the sweet lily of the valley fabric. Panto: Swirl and Twirl|
|I quickly quilted this rush project for a customer whose best friend has cancer and |
is being released from the hospital for home care.
|We used Quilters Dream Puff for the batting, because the customer wanted it to be soft and lofty.|
The puff batting really shows the definition of the panto, Basketweave.
|The customer cut her backing the same size as the front, so I added a pattern of|
blue and brown fabric to make it big enough to quilt on the Gammill.
While Mr Wazoo quilted three table runners, I tackled three small quilts with oceanic themes.
|This collection of fabric with the whale and heron theme is really|
attractive made into a lap quilt.
|Panto: Seashells on the whale backing|
|Another sea themed collection, this one with mermaids and whales|
|The customer requested seashells on both her quilts|
|I don't know if these are gifts or not, but they are all quite pretty!|
|Each one is done with gold thread and a different leafy pantograph.|
|The Christmas themed one has the Holly Berries Panto.|
|My customer's friend made her quilt the same as the other one, but I quilted it with a|
windy and wavy pantograph, Quirky.
|I went for a more modern setting, kind of like broken dishes or pinwheels, |
depending on how your brain sees it.
|A modern nod to the past with the Texas Fan panto.|
|Here's a look at the great red and white toile on the back.|