So, the 23rd quilt I made wasn’t one that was intended to be used on a bed — it was made to be used on a dresser! It was so colorful and fun, and, I think, the first one I was hired to make.
My 22nd quilt was sort of a hybrid of two of my other quilts… I used the same pattern from Quilting and Embroidery magazine that I used for my
Gone Country inspirational quotes quilt (#19).
This French Roses Quilt by Heather French was my 21st. I actually bought this quilt kit at Spring quilt retreat in 2004 but didn’t make it until the Fall 2004 retreat.
When I was trying to figure out a quilt to make for my newest great nephew, I lucked out and found the most adorable fabric… This
Les Amis Gray Flannel Fabric (affiliate link) from Michael Miller.
For those who are following along with my quilt count, we are now onto my 5th quilt… 🙂
I made this quilt at my first ever quilt retreat at
Camp Lebanon. That was in November of 2002 and I have now attended more than 20 retreats since then.