In this series, we present quilts created to honor our service men and women, as well as lessons about string piecing, patchwork using non-traditional fabrics, a bit of embellishment and longarm quilting design inspiration. We also present great tips and techniques to add to your piecing skills.
Download a free supplies list which includes information about the 2900 series projects.
Series Credits: The sewing machine for the series is the Baby Lock Crescendo. The sewing center is provided by Koala Cabinets. For piecing, we use the ¼″ quilting presser foot or the monogramming presser foot. We use basic sewing supplies such as fabric, rotary cutters, and scissors. We wear a Klutz cut-resistant safety glove when rotary cutting, press with a Reliable iron, and measure using Omnigrid, and Fons & Porter rulers. Patterns and instructions for quilts featured are in Love of Quilting magazine or as listed on our website. We have Love of Quilting DVDs available for our TV shows, beginning with the 400 series, available in our online shop.
2901: From Sea to Shining Sea
2902: Home State Home
2903: APQS – Choosing Threads for Quilting
2904: Cactus Blooms
2905: West Point
2906: Kitchen Windows
2907: Red Between The Lines, Part 1
2907: Red Between The Lines, Part 2
2909: Rainbow Mosaic
2910: Farmer’s Wife Table Runner
2911: Cross Road to Grandma’s House
2912: A Formal Affair
2913: Twilight In The Garden