Sunday, September 4, 2016
Friday, August 12, 2016
My Mom has a very similar mug rug at her house made from scraps of a quilt that was made for a dear friend who died from pancreatic cancer. My neice loves the mug rug, taking it and snuggling it every time she is at my parent's house. I dug out some scraps and made one for her to take home.
She hugged it and cuddled it the second I gave it to her.
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
I finished this in the nick of time for my brother in law's 40th birthday. This is the last one that I needed to make for my husband's side of the family.
I have some scraps from this quilt as well as another WVU one that I'm going to make into a baby quilt for when our close friends from college have a baby.
Both of my sister in laws turn 40 in 2 years and both said they were hoping for quilts too. People don't realize how much time and money goes into a quilt. If I made quilts for them I would have to make them for my other brother in law and sister in law too. At some point you have to draw the line and stop.
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
I finished binding this quilt on Saturday. The entire quilt is scraps from my stash which makes me (and my wallet) happy. My Mom will be giving the quilt to her neighbor's daughter who is having a baby girl in September.
Sunday, July 17, 2016
When Camille Roskelley released her flag quilt pattern I immediately purchased the pattern. Somehow I ended up with 2 fat quarter bundles of Daysail so I broke into one and started making table runners. Below are the table runners that I made for my Mom, Aunt and Sister. I used what I had so they didn't cost me a dime. I stretched my quilting and quilted stars into them.