Welcome to Big Horn Mountain Creations and Quilting......Quilt Stylist

Welcome to Big Horn Mountain Creations, Quilting and Embroidery.
Custom quilts and embroidery, also longarm quilting service. No two quilts alike, made especially for you. Feel free to contact me if you want a special work of art for yourself.
Grab a cuppa and enjoy the quilts.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Red, White & Blue Quilt--Finished

Red, White & Blue


It is finished!
Quilted, and sent to it's new home.

 A few close ups

 The label
 A special label, sewn into the backing of the quilt.

I hope that Billie will enjoy her new quilt,
I enjoyed making it for her.

Merry Christmas, Mrs. B

Monday, December 09, 2013

Another Red, White & Blue Update


Red, White & Blue

Adding another touch
 One of the requests for this quilt was to add
"In God We Trust"
fire up the embroidery machine
 there ya go........
 All of the rows are put together,
top is done, tomorrow will construct the 
backing and get it onto the longarm.
 Another look at the center
Until tomorrow.

Saturday, December 07, 2013

Red, White & Blue Quilt

 Red, White & Blue

Progress Report

 All of the blue/white and red/white blocks are 
made and squared up

 Sashing and corner squares are cut

 Now to sew together the sashing strips and corner squares
 for placing between the rows.

Here are the first 3 rows of the quilt top
5 more rows to go, then to the quilting machine.

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Red, White & Blue Quilt

Red, White & Blue Update

Working on the blocks for the RW&B quilt
The blue and white blocks are finished
14 of them, ready for sashing.
 Now for the red and white group
this is how they will look.
 For me it works to "stage" my work
this helps me hopefully not make a mistake in construction.
Each block contains 9 - 4.5 in blocks
It is important to make sure the star points are
going the right way, so staging helps with that.
 I begin with the upper two right blocks in the first row.
keeping them in the correct orientation, I move
them closer to the machine
 placing them right sides together and then pin them together
with the pin on the edge that is to be sewn
 it is so easy to sew the wrong edge...I have done it to many times

 so I pin. 
 with all 16 pinned, I can now chain piece the pieces
 after sewing, I will place them back in their place as
they should be, and add the end piece.
Then move to the second row.
Once all the rows are constructed, I will join the rows.
Progress is being made.
Seems things keep stopping me from working
hopefully that is all over with and I can get this 
quilt together.

Until later....God's Blessings