Treadleon Year End Show 2016 - And Yet More Quilts (This page is Cheryl's...
|...who gets this year's prize for Productivity; see other pages, too)
All of my piecing is done on vintage machines. I can't show what I've made on my new (to me) purple Featherweight, since it has a tail. I do do some straight line quilting with a modern machine (needle down is a great tool).
Red, White & True Quilts #1, #2, & #3
Pieced on 1959 Singer Spartan (192K) hand crank
(Made for Quilts of Valor)
Free Trade Challenge quilt, along with coaster & mug rug
Pieced on 1959 Singer Spartan (192K) hand crank, hand quilted (coaster and mug rug quilted on the Spartan)
Ashley's Graduation quilt, pieced on 1959 Singer Spartan (192K) hand crank
Happily Scrappily Irish, pieced on 1927 Singer 15 hand crank
Work in Progress
Aunt Pat's quilt, pieced on 1959 Singer Spartan (192K) hand crank
Family Reunion quilt (I made 2, but I'm only showing one, they are the same)
Pieced on 1925 Singer 99 hand crank and on 1927 Singer 15 hand crank
Betty's Baby Quilt
Pieced on 1914 Singer 66 (Lotus) hand cranks and on 1927 Singer 15 hand crank. Partially quilted on Post-WWII Japanese treadle (Victor)
My son's Wedding Signature quilt.
Front pieced on 1959 Singer Spartan (192K) hand crank. Back was pieced on 1927 Singer 15 hand crank (2 sided quilt)
Wall quilt. Pieced on 1927 Singer 15 hand crank
I finally finished the last 2 baby quilts, that I pieced the blocks on my 1927 Singer 15 hand crank. Because of my elbow, I had to switch to my 1939 purple Featherweight, to sew the blocks together into rows, and machine quilted them on a modern machine (needle down does have it's uses). (Note; only one shown HH)
These last two Baby Bear Paw quilts, are my final finishes of 2016
Cheryl Parker Aurora IL USA