My leader Ender project for our Christmas!
Another Primitive Gatherings fabric UFO.
These Little Bits Leaves by Cindi Edgerton, also described in a post HERE
Fused Sunflowers were finally finished. Sew fun to do: and why I waited sew long, Ill never know.
These cute tumbler quilts are described in a post Making time for baby quilts.
This is my “Arcade” Quilt made from a Layer Cake. You can read all the details Here.
Here is my first rag quilt. Fun to make; could have done it without Mary Ann Medved Baby Rag Quilt Video It is terribly heavy in the wash, but got softer and fluffier.
Never a fan of Panels, this one was sew cute. I had to trim the blocks down quite a bit to framed them up. It made a cute baby boy quilt for a Grandmother friend. Stitched in Layers with Dynomite by Anne Bright. All the fabrics except the yellow grunge were from the same collection.
My diamond Log Cabin also in Cherrywood fabrics was finished this year! The quilting was not what I had hoped for. Used some lines and a slanted border design called pearl feathers by Anne Bright. I loved using the busy fun dotty backing fabric I found traveling years ago. A Cindy Edgerton Design from A Very Special Collection called Diamond Log Cabin.
Evening Harvest more than 12 years and 35 hours in the making! From Cherrywood fabrics. Stitched in Layers with gridlines, Kim Diamond’s feathered piano keys and Joyce Lundrigan’s Feather It p2p triangle 2.
This eight pointed star I found at an resale shop and it had been sadly washed with bleach and full of tangles on the back. In addition a wide, uneven border was added with teeny tiny stitches. I ripped that off, and trimmed the back, repaired the holes and stitched in Layers with little flowers. Then it was washed gently and it’s so special
Way outside my wheelhouse is Poki, a Laura Heine design. I took the class at Nancy’s Calico Patch and had a lot of fun. But glad it is finished! Stitched in Layers with giraffe.
It’s Plus is finished! 5 years and 25 hours later…stitched in layers with Vortex by Andy Rudebusch at Intelligent Quilting.
What fun to start and finish a quilt in a matter of weeks! Our nephew’s new baby boy needed a quilt. Saw an Elephant quilt by Laundry Basket quilts, done up in bright colors at Roxanne’s in California, while on vacation. came home and washed and ironed and had a sewing marathon! Welcome to the World Mason! Stitched in Layers with Anne Bright’s African Maze.