Below are some of the quilts that Terry has machine quilted.
What I think of my quilt – Meg. My quilt is fantastic! I love all the patterns, stitching and the way all the colours fit in and are chosen. I love my Granny’s time and thought thats gone into this work. I appreciate all my Granny’s work.
The quilting done by Terry is a complete compliment to the quilt – the Custom design is absolutely first class and words cannot do justice to the presentation of the final product. I am more than happy with the quality of work that Terry has shown with my previous quilts and would have no hesitation in recommending her talents to any fellow quilters.
Kerry Simpson (AKA Granny) January 2010. – When you spend many hours completing a quilt top the last thing you need is a ‘second class’ Machine Quilter to put the final touches to it. This is how I felt with the Carousel Quilt, only more so as it was the first time I had tackled a “Pam Bono” design and it was for my granddaughters’s 10th birthday.
Nijole – Africa. Candlewick Quilt. Nijole made her Candlewick blocks but just didnt get around to putting the quilt together.
That is where I could help. I came up with designs to place in the blank blocks, borders and sashings so that they complimented the Candlewick ones. To set it all off, I made a matching Pillow Sham.
Sally-UK. I made this quilt as a raffle quilt to raise funds for the Mandurah Water Rescue on my departure from Australia.
Sandy Stewart- Kris’s Quilt. This “Log Cabin”(Barn Raising) Quilt is my first attempt at a large one as I had only made 2 lap quilts before. I made this for my Step-Son who is serving in the Military and will be back in Perth in October. This pattern was chosen to represent the warmth and love of a family so that whereever he may end up, he knows that we love him. Kris’s Quilt was machine pieced by myself and quilted by Terry. Entered in the Craft, Quilt and Stitches Fair, July 2010
Sally – Ross-in-Wye, UK. My very first quilt. Was to be a Quillow, loved it so much that it ended up on the wall as a hanging instead.