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  • March Runner

    This is from a 'runner of the month club' . I had to adjust the pattern to fit my table - which required adjusting the border squares. The quilting design was copied into EQ7, then size adjusted to get the amount of spacing, then printed out and transferred to pattern tissue. The quilting was done with my walking foot.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, May 4 2014
  • February Table Runner

    This is from a 'runner of the month club' . I adjusted the pattern to fit my table - which required adjusting the border squares. The quilting was done with my walking foot.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, May 4 2014
  • January Table Runner

    This is from a 'runner of the month club'. I quilted it with my walking foot. I didn't realize until I had completed the whole thing that it was slightly bigger than my table - it will fit if I put a leaf in the table tho. I used EQ7 and a Quilt maker quilting motif for the quilting design.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, May 4 2014
  • Pilot to Co-pilot

    This was from a kit. It is for my nephew who is an small airplane mechanic. The quilting was done with a walking foot. I copied an ISOBAR from a very windy day over the USA and only had to add a few lines to even out the quilting. I copied the ISOBAR using EQ7 then printed it out. Then transferred the design to pattern drafting tissue in sections and
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, May 4 2014
  • Halloween Mantel Cloth

    This was from a pattern by Robb-N-Graves Designs. The pattern was for a 53inch mantel but mine is larger than that so I added an extra block.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Tue, Sep 20 2011
  • Witch Wallhanging

    The quiliting was the part that took me the longest on this one, because I just couldn't decide what to do.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, Sep 11 2011
  • Bunny Tea Cozy

    I’ve gotten enamored with tea cozies – not only do they work – but they are fun to have. This one is also one of mine that I drew from a placemat. If I did it again, I would make the ears a part of the main piece instead of separate. I don’t know why I thought they had to be separate and joined later.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, Apr 10 2011
  • Cottage tea cozy

    This one was the first tea cozy I made. It was from a pattern in a book. I made it for my cousins in Ireland.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, Apr 10 2011
  • Ghost Tea cozy

    This is my own pattern. I drew the face from a ghost teapot. It has minimal quilting - just enough to hold the three layers together.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sun, Apr 10 2011
  • Sheep

    This was a lap quilt I made from leftover fabric from a quilt I made for some cousins in Ireland. I had changed my mind halfway thru their quilt about what I wanted to do with it. Not wanting to waste the fabric I made this quilt. The embroidery was done with my Bernina Deco.
    Posted to dmbielawa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Donna on Sat, Apr 9 2011
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