Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Here is the quilt that I designed for a Christmas challenge using EQ7.  I learned a lot about the software, including how to convert it to a jpeg file so that I could share it here.  I do intend to make this quilt! 
I am having trouble getting this blog to cooperate with me today.  The top picture is a wallhanging that I made about 5 years ago, my first and last attempt at watercolor quilts.  I do like it though, it is one of several Christmas quilts, including an embroidered lap quilt.  The table runner under the wreath quilt is cutwork and embroidery that I did last year.  I didn't think to take a picture of it by itself, but I hope you can see a bit of it in this one.
I have spent most of this week working on a large quilt for our local quilt shop.  I make samples for the shop, although this is the first really large one that I have done.  It is 82 by 82.  I dont have a picture to share this week, but I will try to get one for next weeks WOW.
We are off to Atlanta first thing in the morning for a visit with my daughter and her family.  She has my youngest grandchild who is 6.  I can't think of anything more fun than Christmas with a 6 year old! Off now to pack the gifts.  I wish everyone a wonderful holiday! 


  1. Beautiful Christmas quilts. I really like the watercolor wreath.
    Have a very Merry Christmas.
    Always, Queenie

  2. Your wreath quilt is beautiful. I love your EQ quilt to. Hope I can learn as much on that list. Merry Christmas. Bunny

  3. Pat - which part of Atlanta did you visit for Christmas? I'm in Lawrenceville!