I started free motion quilting in 2015 on my old workhorse of a Pfaff using a darning foot, quickly realized I loved it and that I wanted a bigger throat space, so upgraded to a new domestic machine designed for quilters. With the eventual progression to bigger longarm machines in my studio, this new domestic… Continue reading For the Love of Vintage
I am happy to announce that after five years into a quilting journey that started because I wanted to make a little rug for my kitchen, I HAVE FINALLY MADE THE RUG! For the background that goes with this post, please check out my story here if you don't already know how I went from… Continue reading My Kitchen Rug – FINALLY!
I've mentioned already - and if not here, then in several other places! - that I sat down in the fall and pondered a few projects I had thought of maybe doing "some day" and made decisions about which ones I was going to go ahead with and how. I set some goals and one… Continue reading Hippie Trailer Quilt
As I stood over the trash can in my sewing room this morning about to dig for "crumbs", I faced an unavoidable truth: I've hit the point of no return. When I started quilting, I bought precuts for projects and used the scraps on the back of the quilts because I wanted nothing leftover to… Continue reading Crazy Quilt Lady
The last few times I've begun writing a post here I've felt the need to mention that "it's been a while since I wrote...." and it happened again yesterday when I realized how much time has passed. I've been feeling like I'm so "far behind" on sharing news and photos here. But am I really?… Continue reading Happy New Year!
And so it begins, the big shopping weekend of the year! I'm having a shop wide sale on Etsy right now with 40% off everything and free shipping within North America! Check out my sale for some great gifts big and small (there are even some for your pets): Ann Walsh Quilting on Etsy Below… Continue reading Cyber Week 2019 at Ann Walsh Quilting
I recently finished this project for a client, making good use of my Gammill Statler Stitcher for the custom quilting both in and around the snowflake tree. I love all those lines with varied spacing! I was able to mark them out as I went along the quilt so I could design on the fly… Continue reading Snowflake Tree Quilt Panel
This quilt is made from a pattern published by Missouri Star Quilt Company and they call it "Oberlin". I used it recently as the basis for a larger quilt - I put four of these together and added a border - but this grey and white smaller custom version was the one I first intended… Continue reading Custom Quilting Ohio Star
Check out this video for information about my new Facebook group that you are all invited to join! Let's build a fun interactive community and share our interest in machine quilting 🙂 To join the Facebook Group CLICK HERE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phJeI2zvNlI&feature=youtu.be
Check out the video below to learn more about a charity quilt project I'm working on. If you are interested in participating, please contact me 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOHIl146FCI