|Precise Piecing Block Exchange. The blocks are|
By 2004, I had a bunch of blocks from the exchanges, but hadn't quilted anything, so decided it was time. I had begun the Block of the Month using Christmas fabrics, and the holidays were on their way, so I set a goal of finishing the Block of the Month in time for Christmas. I finished the last few blocks, put the top together and quilted it on my Singer 66 Redeye.
From there I moved on to other block exchange quilts, making quilts that were not from exchanges, and art quilts. And I moved from quilting on the 66 to a Davis Vertical Feed, then to free motion on a Singer 15-30.
Since I don't have a photo site any more, I thought I'd share the completed Treadle On quilts, and my two Treadle On mascots, which are called dremls. We won't talk about the sets of exchange blocks that are still waiting to be assembled and quilted.
|Red and White Block Exchange, from 2001. My first|
block exchange, though not completed until much
|Treadle On Triple Star. Quilt completed in 2010.|
Queen-size, free-motion quilted on my Singer 15-30.
|Detail from the Triple Star|
|Winter Holiday Block Exchange.|
|Boat Shuttle Block Exchange quilt.|
All the block in this quilt were made with a very
early style of machine
|Captain's Courtyard, made with|
blocks from the 10th anniversary
Treadle On block exchange
|Black and Batik exchange quilt|
|Davis Exchange, all block made on machines made by Davis sewing machine company.|