Friday, October 14, 2016

I meant to post these pictures earlier.  Two quilts that I finished back in the spring.

I made a quilt for a friend's daughter, Betty Jane who recently turned 8 yrs.

Then a dear friend, Chris Courson, became a grandmother for the first time.  So in celebration, I made a baby quilt to welcome Shoshanna.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

I haven't posted anything in a while, so I went hunting through my saved photos on my phone for pictures of quilts I have made recently.

Here is one of my most favorite quilts that I have made.  It is a reversible Christmas quilt.  I gave it to my older brother for Christmas

I also made Brenna a quilt for her birthday a few days before Christmas.  It's called Fairground Quilt:

I made some Baby Quilts.  Quilt was for my great nephew:

This quilt is for my sister's first baby Caleb.  I used the same line of fabric:

This baby quilt was for Kelsey's Reed baby Maeya.  A really fun scrap star quilt:

I made this Bento Box Quilt for Joy and Calvin Lamireaux's wedding in April:

And the last picture is the quilt top of the scrap 1824 Hundred Patch.  I will take another picture of the completed top:

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Last year I joined Terry's Treasures quilt along for the Charming Stars Quilt.  I had wanted to made this quilt for a while, so this was the perfect opportunity.  I decided to go in a different direction colorwise so I bought Michael Miller's Norwegian Forest line.   It is crazy bright with foxes and owls and geometeric designs.   I finished the quilt and my husband really liked it, so he hung it up on the wall in the Living Room.  When you walk into the room, it looks so big!

I think it's funny that out of all the quilts I have made, that's the one he picked to hang on the wall.
Well I see once again it has been a long time since I posted any pictures of quilts.  The Sumter County Fair has long come and gone.  My girls did great, Kieran took a Best in Show and first place ribbon for her quilt!  Brenna the youngest got a 1st place ribbon on her Bubble quilt.  I got some ribbons too.   In the pictures, you can't tell, but the blue and white quilt is Bonnie Hunter's Blue Ridge Beauty quilt, it took me two years to make it, and it's huge!  I love it.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Right now, it's all about gearing up the Sumter County Fair.    I have been super busy during the brief summer break finishing up quilts to enter the Fair.    It's a great motivator for me to use the Fair as a goal to get some quilts done.   The girls are working on their quilts and it feels like October is going to be here too soon!

I've also decided to take the plunge and join a Quilt A-long.   I see them all the time on other quilter's blogs and I thought it might be fun.    Terry from Terry's Treasures is doing a quilt along with the Charming Stars pattern.   I have had my eye on that quilt pattern for ages, so it was a perfect project.

I have lots of charm packs and layer cakes, but I think I am going to use some fat quarters that I bought.  Michael Miller's Norweigian Forest line.   It has some crazy bright color and adorable foxes and squirrels.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

We went to New Orleans for my sister, Kirsten's, wedding.   It was a fun but exhausting trip!   I wanted to post a picture of the quilt that I made for her.  It is called "Ice Cream Sandwich Quilt".

Saturday, May 3, 2014

I can't show any pictures, but the big project that I have been working on for around 5 months is almost complete.   Took it to the quilter today.  Whew!   Can't wait to see the final result and post a picture.    We will be going to New Orleans in 2 weeks for my sister's wedding, and I'll post pictures after that.

Monday, April 7, 2014

I see that it has been ages since I posted something.  But that doesn't mean that I haven't been sewing!

Here is the quilt that I made for Jeremiah Brennan, my new nephew:

It turned out pretty cute.  It's a 16 patch and framed square quilt

And the really big quilt that I have been working on for months, is called "Hugs and Kisses".   It is really big, but it is hard to tell in the picture.  I made it for a friend.   It was quite fiddly to make.  My husband really loves it, but I am in No Hurry to make it anytime soon!

Monday, December 23, 2013

In honor of John's parents' 50th Wedding Anniversary, we travelled to Delaware to surprise them.    We had a great time with lots of relatives dropping in to wish Larry and Nancy a happy anniversary.   We celebrated with a fantastic meal at the Summerhouse in Rehoboath Beach.    I decided to make a  quilt for their anniversary.   It is a blue and white delft quilt.