Sunday, July 17, 2016

Flag Table Runners

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.

I even used fat quarters for the backing a and bindings.  I made myself one too but haven't taken any photos.  I'll have to do that later 😊

Hexie Project

I finished up an English paper pieced hexie pillow for my Mom using scraps from a quilt that I made for her.

The backing is the same as the quilt and is one of my favorite Art Gallery fabrics ever....I even recovered the pillows in my living room with the fabric 😊

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Q2 Finish A Long

So Q1 stunk for me and getting things finished so I have a bunch for Q2 including:
1) baby quilt for my new nephew
2) 40th birthday quilt for my brother in law
3) new pillow covers for my living room
4) hexie pillow for my mom
5) Christmas quilt top (I got so close in's been on my design wall waiting to be finished)

Hopefully there will be more.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Table Runner

This has been my go to SIL loved the pattern and picked out the fabric to match her dining room.  I did modify the pattern to make it about 4 inches longer.

Baby Knitting

I've been traveling a bunch which doesn't leave much time at the machine so nice been knitting.  My brother and his wife just welcomed my newest nephew so I made him a little hat, bootie and mitten set.  This is the same pattern that my Grandma made for every baby.  The pattern was 19 cents decades ago 😊.  Since she is no longer with us I've taken on the Baby knitting.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Finished Knitted Blanket

I finished up a knitted baby blanket that will be donated later this year for a school  collection for a local charity that assists pregnant women.

I am also super excited to have used up three skeins of leftover yarn from other projects.