This pattern is 8″ wide with no repeats.
It includes the following designs: Packard Limo 1935, 1940 Ford Pick-Up, Pontiac Chieftain 1957, DeSoto Woodie Wagon 1949, Rolls Royce Silver Cloud 1955, Jaguar 1953, and Chevrolet Town Sedan 1936.
The front view of cars in #CCB, Car Classics Blocks, are the same height, 8″, and can be interspersed with these cars if desired.
Here are two great quilts from our super talented quilting friends.
Debbie Rolek –
The king size t-shirt quilt on the right was displayed at the Hot Rod, Customs and Classic 19th Heartland Nationals during the first part of July 2010, Des Moines, IA. Funds from donations on chances will be going to Blank Childrens Hospital in Des Moines, IA.
As a longarmer, I strive to get the right quilt design for every quilt and fireworks went off when the piecer met with me for this rush quilt. It wasn’t 5 minutes after she left that I was on the phone to Judy. Judy went above and beyond to assist me to get the pattern for this quilt.
The reason for this note is the pride the piecer had in the quilting. I must say it was the DESIGNERS that need the credit for having the pattern available and assisting me in getting it in a timely fashion.
The piecer babysat the quilt on display like it was a toddler. She would tell the story of the different classic cars on parade and coming into town where the white picket fence was. She would point to the wheels and then the excitement started as they started seeing the designs. She giggled when she heard a fellow toldl his buddy, there was a “Woodie” (DeSoto Woodie Wagon, 1949). The design would have been more visible if the back was plain, but the map made the quilt special.
Chances are available at [email protected] This quilt will be on the road this summer.
Helen Baczynski –
My quilt, on the left, Sunday Drivers in the Land of Oz, was made to showcase Judy’s
pattern. The piecing is the Yellow Brick Road pattern (Atkinson design) –
perfect for cars quilting. I wanted the cars to really show up so made the
quilt of plain Kona cottons. The cars are easy to stitch, a good size –
it’s one of my favorites. Thanks for showing it here