Quilt ADD in therapy

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Colorado, United States
Other than my family, the passion of my life is quilting. An eclectic, I love a wide variety of styles and techniques encompassing both machine and hand work. I am a longarm quilter who can work for you. I enjoy any style, from pantographs to all-over to full custom, ranging from traditional to modern. I love bringing vintage tops to life and am willing to work with a challenging quilt top. Instagram: lyncc_quilts

Flimsies Awaiting

Hi! I have been an avid quilter for many years. Most of us accumulate a lot of tops that haven't yet been quilted up. This is my visual record of all my tops that are hanging in the closet, waiting for their turn on the longarm.

By the Way -

The term "Flimsy" is an affectionately-held word that is used in much of the quilting world to connote a proudly finished quilt top. It is in no way an inferior item, but is an item of achievement that is still in a vulnerable, incomplete, not-yet-usable state, waiting to be quilted for its full glory. It is a stage of celebration, especially for large and intricate works.


2021 Temperature Quilt


Allietare


Astrodelic


BBQ with the Squadron


Boomerang


Chubby Chicks



Coral Encounter

Devon's Mandala Dahlia


Feathered Goose


Firehouse 1

Frog Lilies for Marissa

Forever My Valentine


From the Heart

Garden Friends

Garden of Dreams


Glacier Star

Harmony

Hearts


Heather & Pat's Love Birds Temperature Quilt


Holiday Tidings
 

Holly Jolly Snowman


How Do You Take Your Tea?

It's a Hoot - Momo


Kashmir

 
Leaded Glass


Let's Build a Snowman


Marissa's Kaffe Fassett Dahlia

Martha's Holiday Spin
  
Modernology (on the longarm now)




Neptune's Gift


Oliver's Owl



Once Upon a Star (trapunto is finished)

Parasol

Plums in November (quilting started on domestic)


Poor Forgotten Orphan from 1993


Quiet Rebellion on the Pond

Rainbow Jane


Salt Box Harvest


Scott's Office Minis:
Caribou Crossing

Borealis Ridge


Set Sail



Star Crazy 


Starry-Eyed Over Grand Illusion



String of Pearls


Sue Garman Classic Nutcrackers


Swan Island


Thistlepods


Tulip Garden in flannel



Tuscany Terrace


Water Reflections


Wedding Ring Swallows (quilting started on domestic)


Whooo's Your Mama?


Wind & Waves (The Lighthouse quilt)



Winter Woodland


You Must Be Croaking

7 comments:

  1. Oh My - I think I know what flimsies are now - quilt tops - right! You have so many beautiful flimsies - it was nice to see them all.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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    1. Thanks so much, Pauline. Yep! "Flimsies" are unquilted tops. I get so eager for all of these to be done up!

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  2. I very much enjoyed looking over your flimsies! There are gorgeous ones and fun ones but I love every single one! I noticed that you have quilted your animal one, and I adore what you did with your Grand Illusion. You sashed it like mine but I am loving your border so much better. I just had those units made and decided to use them. You may have done the same.

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  3. Holy cow, that is a lot of flimsies! Thanks for the show and tell.

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  4. Wow, you DO have a lot of unquilted tops!! And each one is more spectacular than the next!

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  6. Wow! Wow! These quilts are spectacular! Great job!

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