To see some examples of my custom quilting please scroll to the very bottom of this page. The majority of these are customer quilts who requested full custom quilting.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have regarding having one of your quilts either freehand or custom quilted. crazycreekcreations@shaw.ca

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Cool Place mats by Jane

A previous customer of mine Doreen (I say previous because she now has her own longarm) came up with this idea and I think it's awesome.  You go ahead and choose your fabrics that you want to make  into some simple place mats, sew all your strips together into one piece.  I then quilt the whole thing as if it was one quilt.  You then will cut them apart, put the binding on, and you have your Christmas gifts all done.  Cool ehe?

These are two sets that Jane made up and I quilted.  Jane is having her knee operation today and will have lots of time to get the binding on these lovely gifts.








Sunday, July 20, 2014

Quick Strippie by Lori and Michelle

I know you all laugh at me when I say "I have the best customers in the world".  Here is a prime example of what I mean.

Many of you know that I work with Victoria Quilts in making quilts for people that are battling cancer.  And also many of you know that I try to always have kits here in the studio in case I hear someone say they don't have a project to work on.

Lori, a wonderful young and fairly new quilter was so excited to take one of these kits after hearing  about the cause and all the wonderful people volunteering to successfully provide awesome quilts to try and brighten up someone's day.

Lori and a friend Michelle worked on this lovely quilt - didn't it turn out beautiful?  Thank you, thank you, thank you, you lovely ladies. 





Friday, July 18, 2014

Jelly Stone Park pieced by Tanya

Tanya is a lovely young women whom I have watched mature in her quilting over the past few years.  Although Tanya was a good quilter from the start her self confidence took a little while to catch up to her abilities. Beautiful job as usual my dear, keep up the awesome work, can't wait to see the next one.

This quilt is called Jelly Stone Park by Legacy Patterns.

Freehand leaf/swirl design, Tutti 100% variegated cotton thread and Hobbs 80/20 batting.







Sooo Cute Baby Panel Quilt by Stephanie

The panel quilts are such awesome fast and easy baby gifts.  Stephanie did a great job piecing this Winnie the Pooh design, complimenting the panel with brightly colored shashings and borders.  She also  added to the coziness by using an adorable Winnie the Pooh fleece for the backing.

Freehand bubble quilting design - 100% cotton variegated thread - Tutti by Wonderfil and a cotton/poly blend batting.





Monday, July 14, 2014

Beauitful hand appliqued basket quilt by Pat

Pat brought in this wonderful hand appliqued quilt she had spent many many hours working on.  She had decided that because of the time spent putting it together she wanted to have it custom quilted. As I've mentioned before, whenever I receive a quilt like this to work on I first, am very honored and secondly a bit nervous.


Pat left the choice of design entirely up to me.  Being that I would classify this a very traditional quilt, feathers were in order.

The quilting is free form hand guided custom quilting using Invisifil thread by Wonderfil.





Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Chopsticks - Pieced by Kim

Here is another beauty pieced by Kim.  Great choice of fabrics Kim - awesome job.

I've quilted this pattern a few times now and am bound and determined I will someday make this quilt.  In case any of you reading my blog feel the same I've attached the link to Jaybird Quilts who designed the pattern and where it would be available.

http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/2011/04/chopsticks.html

Freehand soft floral quilting design using a very soft aqua variegated thread - Tutti by Wonderfil.





Liberty of London Fabrics pieced by Julie

Julie found these wonderful fabrics by Liberty of London and if I understood correctly was her inspiration to make this beautiful soft floral quilt.  I'm not sure exactly how many different fabrics she used, but a fair number, and each and everyone was absolutely wonderful.  The pattern is perfect to showcase these fabrics and Julie as usual did an awesome job.

Freehand soft floral quilting design, 100% cotton variegated thread by Wonderfil and Hobbs 80/20 batting.








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