Wednesday, January 10, 2018

I can finally post the quilts I made for the Grandkids as they have finally been gifted.

All these were made with jelly rolls.

Word has it they all love their quilts and each slept under theirs last night.

My oldest Grandson loves the Cowboys football team, but I couldn't bring myself to limit his quilt to just this so I based his loosely one their colors.

My Granddaughter is creative and loves to color so I wanted something to match her love of colors.  And aren't those the cutest kittens on the back-in all the right colors!

My youngest Grandson is quite young but I didn't want to make his quilt too babyish. I wanted it to be appropriate as he grows. I can't believe I found fleece backing to match!

Friday, December 29, 2017

On Ringo Lake

The big reveal

This is my version, wall hanging size, 1/5th of the directions.  It will go on the wall over the bed that has the Orca Bay mystery Quilt.  Thank You Bonnie Hunter for another beautiful mystery.

Part 8

Part 7

Part 6

Saturday, December 23, 2017

On Ringo Lake 

I am pleased with my choice of fabrics. I love batiks. This is going to make a very pretty wall hanging. Soon, Soon.

Part 5

Part 4

Sunday, December 10, 2017

My Magnolia Mystery flimsy.  I need to decide on border width, and I might make the quilt lengthwise instead of across.  I really love the way it turned out, and how just turning them on point makes them look like wild and crazy magnolias

Friday, December 8, 2017

On Ringo Lake

part three

This is going to be a really pretty wall hanging to go in my room with my Orca bay

Sunday, December 3, 2017

On Ringo Lake Mystery from Bonnie Hunter

Doing the new Bonnie Hunter On Ringo Lake Mystery. Doing about a 5th for a wall hanging.  I might have to add more later but I think I can keep up and still do my dog training with this little portion of it. I have finished parts one and two.

                                                    OnRingo Lake linky 

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Lots of fun quilting

I have been working on some projects, one I did finish, to hang in my office. I have used an old dry cleaner hanger, the one with the cardboard dowel, re-bent to fit the quilt as the hanging apparatus.

 And working on using some of my scraps. Inspired by Ginny Chung, I am making these 3D bow ties. These are so cute and so much fun to make.  I have a dozen more made after this picture.