Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Seeing things to completion!

Marny here,
We are tying up some loose ends around the Modern Quilt Relish studios.

First, remember when we told you about this Market Values quilt we stitched up for Heidi Kaisand and her store Hen and Chicks Studio.  April was kind enough to send a pick when she visited and saw it up on the wall.  Doesn't it look wonderful quilted and bound!  (The quilter did a wonderful job, wish we could credit her but we do not know her name.)  (Just found out her name is Kelly Van Vliet.  Thanks April for the info.)   The fabrics were all at Heidi's so if you want to explore the possibility of a kit give them a call!

We also get to wrap up the Jennifer Moore's Monaluna Taali version of Supper Club and send it on its way to California.  Her fabric designs are so special.  Perfect for a Modern Baby.   Enjoy looking at her blog and her website.
Here it is all spread out.  Sorry about the fold lines.  The binding has been on for a couple of weeks but the quilt has been folded on a shelf patiently waiting for a label.

Close up of the quilting lines.

Label just about ready to be sewn to the back of the quilt.  We use Printed Treasures fabric sheets.    They work great and we can print straight from the computer using a regular printer.  The labels are simple and functional.
Enjoy February!  Valentine's is just around the corner.  I hope to put together some homemade gifts before the next post.  Uh oh!  Now I've done it.  An audience and a deadline.  Yikes...
Till Tuesday...


  1. Where can I find the Printed Treasures fabric sheets? Thanks! Lynn

    1. Hi Lynn,
      Many quilt stores carry Printed Treasures. They are often sold in prepackaged packs or sometimes individually. Our local Ames quilt store, The Quilting Connection sells them.

  2. Sorry! The quilter is Kelly Van Vliet of Pella. My apologies to Kelly. Very nice job.

    1. Thanks April, I will edit the blog and get her name in!

  3. Very very nice Market Value, and the Supper Club is cute, too. Finished hand sewing my Market Value binding this morning. Thanks for showing us your label process.

  4. These are really very lovely I liked the colors and pattern of the fabric.

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