RoseCity Quilter

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  1. Been awhile, not sure what happens to time sometimes... Finished quilting this Mariner's Compass quilt (a Judy Niemeyer pattern) recently for my client Anne Hall. More photos on my blog, https://rosecityquilter.wordpress.com/2016/07/27/annes-mariners-compass-quilt/
  2. Awesome work! She is an awesome teacher isn't she! I loved my classes with her.....
  3. I recently finished this quilt called Christmas Ceelebration (pattern by Judy Niemeyer) for my customer Birthe Skoberg. She asked for a little less dense quilting than I usually do. I really had fun with this one.... Birthe's Christmas Celebrations Tree Skirt by -RoseCity Quilter- Birthe's Christmas Celebrations Tree Skirt by -RoseCity Quilter- Birthe's Christmas Celebrations Tree Skirt by -RoseCity Quilter- Check out my blog on this quilt here: https://rosecityquilter.wordpress.com/2016/05/04/birthes-christmas-celebration-tablecloth/
  4. Brilliant! Thank you for sharing!
  5. I finished this Amazon Star for my Customer Kate Hurlbert! I had so much fun on this one! The pattern is from Judy Niemeyer. I used both Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 and Hobbs Washable wool. Kate's Amazon Star by -RoseCity Quilter- Kate's Amazon Star by -RoseCity Quilter- Kate's Amazon Star by -RoseCity Quilter- More pictures and information on my blog.... https://rosecityquilter.wordpress.com/2016/04/16/kates-amazon-star/
  6. i use Marathon a lot and love it! I had just started using Glide when I found out about Marathon. To me they are they look the same quilted out and behave the same. I choose Marathon as it's price is far better. Same look and performance at far less cost.
  7. Since I mostly do custom work, I just am not using my King Tut Thread so have decided to sell it. I have 53 colours on the large cones. I have a few colours that I have used a lot of but most are unused. I also have a few cones of duplicate. New and full this collection would be worth $1400 US or $1850 CAN. I would like to sell it as a complete collection for $625 US or $850 CAN. Buyer pays shipping.
  8. Seems like my presence here is sporadic these days.....,life just has been too busy to keep,up with all the social media things Inhave gotten involved in. Anyways I am here tonight. I finished quilting this quilt recently for my customer Liz Maki. The pattern is called "Hop to it" by Laundry Basket quilts. Liz's Hop To It Quilt by -RoseCity Quilter- Liz's Hop To It Quilt by -RoseCity Quilter- Liz's Hop To It Quilt by -RoseCity Quilter- I also wrote a blog on this quilt, https://rosecityquilter.wordpress.com/2016/03/05/lizs-hop-to-it-quilt/ Pictures are taken accross the street from
  9. Toss up between my ironing station (too big to call an ironing board, tiss 111" long), which has a cutting board stored in a little gap under the pressing surface...RoseCity Quilter New Studio by -RoseCity Quilter- Or My ruler towers, made by a friend...RoseCity Quilter New Studio by -RoseCity Quilter- Or my slot wall....RoseCity Quilter New Studio by -RoseCity Quilter-
  10. I used Hobbs 80/20 on the bottom and Hobbs Washable Wool on the top. My favorite combo for custom.....
  11. I quilted my 1st quilt on my new Milli! It was one made by my hubby, Roger. He used a pattern from Judy Niemeyer, only he turned the final four quadrants so the star was not in the middle, leaving me lots of negative space to quilt....I will admit at 1st I was very intimidated, but after a little planning my mojo came back and I had fun with it! Appropriate to have fun on the 1st quilt of a new machine! Inside out Fractured Star by -RoseCity Quilter- Inside out Fractured Star by -RoseCity Quilter- Inside out Fractured Star by -RoseCity Quilter- Inside out Fractured Star by -RoseCity Qui