This quilt is make by my faithful 80 year old customer who is quilt more than ever! It is a second Fish quilt that I have done for her. This is such a difficult quilt with all the tiny triangles and it is a wonderful hit! I like the batiks and the solids together. I… Continue reading Fish!
I have been working my fingers to the bone getting project done before deadlines. I have the Historical Society’s Raffle quilt off the frame. Now to bind it. I did a hook feather all over and it really is pretty. It has painted and embroidered blocks that represent all of the seasons! So adorable. Go… Continue reading
I am working on a quilt of Valor. I have had several ladies from my quilting group make a star and I am planning a layout currently. I also want to made a few more blocks to make the quilt bigger. I like having a design wall because it is so much easier to see… Continue reading Using my new design wall
My air plant is still alive, for the record. I think that it may lose some leaves but it look like it is going to make it. I have been really trying to not overwater it. I am approaching the halfway point on the quilt for the historical society. It has some embroidered blocks and… Continue reading
I loaded a quilt that will be a raffle quilt for the local historical society. It is really a very pretty quilt and I think that it will be a great item to raise funds for a wonderful cause. I am quilting an all over hook feather on it. I will show details as i… Continue reading
I quilted up my Twister quilt. It is made of wool tartan scraps and cotton. I quilted it up with warm and natural batting and Sew Fine Superior thread. I like it. The wool stretched a little so doing triangles on a large scale may not be advised. I think I will wash it just… Continue reading
I have been sewing letters. They are scrap quilting fabric on the top and backing with scrap batting in the middle. I cut out about 5-6 inch squares of all three layers. I trace the letters with a silver pencil, sew on my marked line and then use pinking shears to cut the edges. I… Continue reading Soft letters