Wish For Tomorrow to Come - 50 X 35 Wall Hanging, all cotton, myriad of threads, beads, stitches, fibers. Started project during a very emotional time in my life, able to process those with the help of the creative process.
Winter's Song - After a month of 30C+ Temperatures, I needed to have a cool project to work on. I love Applique. There is both freezer paper applique and raw edge applique in the design. It will replace my Phoenix in winter months, and there are quite a few of those in Canada. I digitized 4 of the birds in Bernina Embroidery software. The embroidered birds add texture to the piece.
Winter's Evening Star - Quilt designer, Emma Tyrrell shared this classic quilt block with Ladies Home Journal in April 1933. It was reprinted in Century of Quilts magazine in approximately 2004 or 2005.
The quilting was designed by Maureen Herran and was accomplished by free-hand quilting on a longarm machine. None of it was done by computer.
Name of Maker: Joan Schneider and Peggy Anne Klinker
Winter Wonderland Flannel Quilt - A Quick, dramatic Alexander Henry flannel winter wonderland scene offset with gorgeous fossil fern, batik, and quilter's suede flannel fabrics. This is HUGE, and just too beautiful to describe! The pic really does not do it justice. The perfect "guy quilt" (but I love it, too...) $99 includes all fabrics for top and back, pattern PLUS postage. beat that. www.peggyannes.com don't see it? call the shop (603) 223-2344 The truck is my Son-in-Law's. I'll let you know when it's for sale.....
Winter Wonderland - Winter Wonderland is a quilted tree skirt about 60 inches diameter. The fabric top is pieced jacqard and the bottom is quilter's cotton. The machine embroidery designs are from Husquvarna-Viking and were done on the quilt top using cut-away stabilizer. After the quilt sandwich was assembed, the sandwich was meander quilted. I added buttons from my grandmothers button collection, sparkles, and beads. The beads were applied by machine using a bare-needle technique with lowered feed dogs.
Winter Wonderland - I originally wanted to do a winter scape theme and purchased the variety of blues, greys and silvers, but when we looked at it, it was too flat, so we added the greens and yellows/golds to spice things up a bit. I love how it turned out.