Longarm quilting Thunder Bay, Quilting, Thunder Bay Quilters Guild, Wendy's Longarm Quilting, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Wolves and Quilts

One morning while sitting quietly having my coffee something caught my eye out the window…a wolf sauntered out of the bush and for a short time stood in the yard before me…all I could do was sit and look, it didn’t occur to me to take a picture. I was just in awe.

I recently finished this customer quilt. I loved the colours in the panel along with the piecing. It called for northern light type of quilting which is why I chose the pantograph, Kindling.

This quilt that I pieced and quilted in 2013 was a gift for one of Eriks daughters who loves wolves. It was a kit that I found online from a shop in Alaska. I remember that it was fun to make and that I entered it into our guilds quilt show that year.

2 thoughts on “Wolves and Quilts”

  1. Kindling is perfect for that quilt – so beautiful! And I love the wolf quilt that you pieced, as well – how fun! We don’t have wolves here in NH, thankfully. We have coyotes, but they’re not as scary!

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  2. I love that pantograph! Perfect for that quilt. And, both quilts are really wonderful. We have coyotes here—and I read a book by a coyote scholar a few years back, I AM COYOTE, in which the author tried to educate on coyotes. I didn’t know until then that coyotes will mate (for life) with wolves. So interesting.

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