Month: February 2013

Big Fluffy Flying Geese

First, let me explain the name.  Big Fluffy because the white fabric is a type of chenille fabric.  Very soft and fluffy.  Yes, once again it was a mess to work with, but oh so worth it!  It’s wonderful to lay on – like… Continue Reading “Big Fluffy Flying Geese”

Janet’s Batik Quilt

This is my sister’s batik quilt that I quilted for her.  She was in the same block exchange as Shelley.  (I was in that group, too, but I don’t have mine quilted yet.)  This turned out so beautiful. This is a close up of… Continue Reading “Janet’s Batik Quilt”

Baby Quilts

During the Indiana State Quilt Guild retreat I made 4 baby quilts.  Two of our best friends, Kent and Peggy, each of their adult children had a child – so that made each of them a grandparent.  There was a boy and a girl… Continue Reading “Baby Quilts”

Curious George

I saw this fabric in JoAnn Fabrics and I knew I had to make my grandson, Aidan, his very own blanket.  It’s fleece and so it’s fuzzy and cozy and just perfect to cuddle with.  Besides he loves Curious George stories. I simply put… Continue Reading “Curious George”

Shelley’s Round Robin Quilt

Next up of Shelley’s is her Round Robin quilt.  She has referred to this as her “17 year quilt” because she started it 17 years ago.  A round robin quilt is made like this: a group of gals gets together and creates the rules,… Continue Reading “Shelley’s Round Robin Quilt”

Shelley’s Batik Quilt

My dear friend, Shelley, made this beautiful batik quilt as part of a block exchange with some gals from the Indiana State Quilt Guild.  I was thrilled when she asked me to quilt it for her.  She requested the Double Wave quilt pattern with… Continue Reading “Shelley’s Batik Quilt”

More Projects Coming Soon

I’ve been quite busy and have lots more to post, but it takes so long to get the pictures from the camera to the computer, edit the pictures, write something about each one, then actually post it.  I do plan on doing that on… Continue Reading “More Projects Coming Soon”

Felted Pouch

These were just too much fun to make.  I went to the Goodwill store and purchased a 100% wool sweater.  At home I washed and dried it in hot water and a hot dryer – naturally it got about 10 sizes smaller, but the… Continue Reading “Felted Pouch”

Catching Up

Too busy to blog?!  How is that possible?  Sometimes life gets in the way. Here’s a few projects I’ve been working on: Small Notebook Cover This is a cute notebook cover for those 3×5 notebooks.  The perfect size to tuck into your purse.  I… Continue Reading “Catching Up”

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