Please enjoy the 'show' from www.embroiderylibrary.com
Baby boy quilt
Race car quilt
Twin bed state quilts
Sunbonnet Sue and Fisherman Fred
Embroidery machines can duplicate free motion quilting designs for a perfect look.
Kenny from embroiderylibrary.com says:
"Stitcher Lorrie has been emailing me about a quilt that she made for a show in Paducah KY in April. I've been going nuts wanting to see it, and she just sent in pictures!! It's a Montana Sampler quilt, and it features a smashing variety of embroidery designs that are based on traditional quilt blocks ( to see 'em, click the link on the left side ofwww.emblibrary.com that says "Quilts," then click around that category for a while. It's big. Immense. Really, there's a lot of cool stuff in that category). Lorrie, this is stunning! I'm overwhelmed by the beauty, the precision, and all of those stitches and thread changes. Wowza -- congratulations on this amazing accomplishment!"
Delft Blue quilt top
A Wise Old Owl
John's Wish List
"What Little Boys Are Made Of"
Quilt As You Go method using embroidery machine with batting as stabilizer
Breast Cancer Awareness
Monet-style quilting with machine embroidery lillies
Cup 'o Java wall hanging (I believe this belongs in my kitchen!)
Eighteen little monkeys jumping on the bed!
and I had to share this because it's absolutely amazing - a sheer wedding dress train covered with machine embroidery using water soluable stabilizer...amazing!
I love how personalized these are!
Hope you enjoyed the show,
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