Dwirling - as taught in Dawn's new PajamaQuilting Reloaded DVD at pajamaquilter.com The "House Block" was from a pattern in the "Little Quilts" book.
Here is a close-up. The texture and effect is wonderful.
This texure adapts to all kinds of quilt styles. This tablerunner was designed and created by Amy Hamberlin of "The Qulit Shoppe" in Rigby, Idaho.
An echo variation similiar to dwirling. With a ribbon treatment in the sashing. This quilt block is from the book, "Contemporary Classics in Plaids and Stripes" by: Piece of Cake Designs. fMade by Terry Anderson.
"Bananas" quilting pattern as taught in PJQuilting Reloaded. Notice the larger - then, smaller bananas used in differnt spots. This table runner was created by inspiration (and the star block) from the book: Best Loved Timeless Quilts by: Chitra Publications.
Wilber wanted to have his own quilt!!
Wilbur searches for Charlotte. Dawn will show you how to apply Wilbur and other friends to your quilts. It a bonus section in the new DVD.
Wonky Feathers. This is taught in Dawn's new DVD. SO FUN TO DO. So EASY to learn. You will LOVE having this pattern in your brain!!
More Wonky Feathers!
Pebbles, Bananas and Stuff.
This quilt was just for the fun of playing, because sometimes, a girl needs to just play.
Floral Echo. This and other variations are taught in Dawn's new DVD.
This Floral Echo creates SUCH a great texture!
Dawn teaches how to make this flower and MANY other variations of it on her Dvd at www.pajamaquilter.com You will be freehand quilting in NO time!! This sample is the sleeve of a jacket. The Jacket was created and pieced by Dawn's sister Terry Anderson.
Overall SIMPLE floral pattern. This is taught in the "review for NEWBIES" section of the new Pajama Quilter Reloaded DVD.
This is Dawn's own pattern and creation. She saw a similiar poem in a craft show and so she came home and made up her own then drew in her family members. YES....she really does have six children!
Dawn keeps this on her wall in the dining room as a reminder of what life is really all about.
This is a panel quilt. Believe it or not, Dawn found this panel at the thrift store!! She just had to bring it home and quilt it!
This baby quilt won "Best in it's class" at the Eastern Idaho State Fair. The baskets were from a block exchange. Dawn told her husband that he needed to go and buy her a baby to go with the quilt. He never did figure out how to do that.
The back of the quilt is Dawn's favorite "OH SO SOFT" fabric by Avlyn.
Pebbling and flowers. This is just a little "doll quilt" miniature.
One of Dawn's favorite leaves. (yes....she shows you how to do it on her DVD.)
Dwirling in the middle with leaves on the border. This was really a charity quilt that her sister made.
Simple loops can be so affective!!
Double loops with a few folky stars.
This quilt pattern is found in Kim Diehl's new book. It was a customer quilt that Dawn sort of coveted. She's still busy repenting of that!