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About Quilting by Martha

Around the Vine Quilting Studio is a smoke and pet free computerized quilting studio located in Fairland, Indiana. I am experienced with many styles of quilting and welcome you to contact me for more information about my quilting services.

Graduation 5 of 5

I was honored to be asked to make a quilt for Sophia. I’ve watched her grow up in the church. Mom, Kate had lots of shirts, using front and back’s. Sophia was involved in so many activities. This was going … Continue reading

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Graduation Quilts 4 of 5

I love this time of the year, finishing one segment of life and starting a fresh new start. I had been requesting T-shirts for the last four months to make Cody’s graduation quilt. He did not want to give them … Continue reading

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Graduation Quilts 3 of 5

Oh what we do for family. Connie took on the challenge to make a T-shirt quilt with the Too Cool T-shirt pattern lay out and using the templates. She backed all her T’s then cut them, then created the puzzle … Continue reading

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Graduation Quilts 2 of 5

Marcia Robertson is known (to me) as the Queen of T-shirt quilts. She can put one together in no time and she knows she can call me on a dime and I will get her quilt quilted for her. Most … Continue reading

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Graduation Quilts – 1 of 5

I love T-shirt quilts because they are one of a kind. This May I had a hand in five graduation quilts. No easy task since all required a quick turn time and secrecy.  The first was made by Angela Carmony … Continue reading

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I quilted that out!

I purchased this stained, hand pieced red and white quilt top at a local flea market for $12.  The quilt top had holes, different shades of white fabrics and did not lay flat, but I could see the finished look.  … Continue reading

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Passed down through the family.

Sue Meggenhofen brought me her antique quilt top to be quilted.  Her quilt top has cinnamon pink, plaids, stripes, indigo and depression blues.  Sue said this quilt top was given to her grandmother as a baby gift in 1904 and … Continue reading

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