Let me introduce you to my quilt number 19. This fabric was actually posted as a kit with another pattern. I bought it because I loved the fabric, but not necessarily the pattern so I was very happy when I found the Gone Country quilt pattern in an Issue of Quilting and Embroidery magazine. Continue reading →
This calendar quilt, named Strolling Down the Block, was the 18th quilt I started working on. I say started working on because I started it in January of 2003 but didn’t finish it until the middle of 2004 so I did finish some other quilts before this one was done. Continue reading →
My 15th quilt was made from a pattern from The Buggy Barn named Heart Crazies (sorry, this quilt looks like it is no longer available). I made this in March of 2004 at the same quilt retreat that I made Katie’s Graduation Memory Quilt. Because Katie’s quilt was going to be a surprise, I chose to also make this quilt so I would have something to show off when I got home. Continue reading →
This was my 8th quilt, made in March – April of 2003. I first found the deer panel and then found the fabric I used in the quilt. To make the quilt top, I used tan, blue, and brown squares, which I believe were 6-inches (finished size) and alternated them with rail fence blocks. Continue reading →
Ready to see the 7th quilt I made, way back in November of 2002? Don’t you just love the fun Wizard of Oz fabrics?
This Wizard of Oz quilt was actually the very first quilt kit I ever bought. I believe it was also my first visit to one of my favorite quilt shops, Bay Window Quilt Shop. Can I blame them that I now have an entire cupboard full of quilt kits (hahaha)? Continue reading →
First of all, let me apologize for the poor quality photo of this quilt. Keep in mind, though, that this picture was taken with a digital camera in late 2002. The quality of cameras and print outs back then weren’t quite up to today’s standards.