I took on this enormous project as my 14th quilt (in 2004), just a few couple of years after I made my very first one. When you look at this quilt, you might not think it looks like an enormous undertaking, but considering this was the first time I tackled a quilt without having a step-by-step pattern to follow. Continue reading →
Last year we lost someone very dear to us. My husband’s grandmother passed away at 86 years of age. She had a long, happy life and touched everyone who met her. She was such a loving and selfless person with a spunky sense of humor. She will be sorely missed. Continue reading →
Have you ever walked through your local craft or fabric store and been drawn to all of the fun and fancy fleece fabrics they have? Some of the designs they have these days are amazing. You can choose from everything from cute cartoon prints to collegiate and pro sport designs. They have so many fun patterns for kids and adults alike, they are hard to resist. Continue reading →
All of the infinity scarf and cowl crochet patterns are not only stunning and stylish, they are easy enough to crochet quickly!
This list was inspired by my need to find easy projects I could make while I am recovering from neck surgery. I found so many amazing patterns, I am not sure where to begin… I guess starting with #1 is maybe the best option? Continue reading →
Since we are on the topic of baby quilts, this is the quilt I made for my first grandchild, Blake Leigh Ann, who was born in May 2011. This was quilt #93, made in March of 2011. I finished it in time for Katie’s (and Blake’s) baby shower. Continue reading →
I decided I am going to start alternating posting photos of older quilts I have made with posts featuring news quilts. I figured I better start doing this otherwise by the time I get around to posting them all, they newest ones would be pretty old… Make sense? 🙂 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 →
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.