A sweet friend of mine was recently blessed with a new grand baby (well, ok it's been a year ago) and I made a quilt for the little guy. The quilt was given in a timely fashion, unlike this blog post which is rather late! But - that's because I ended up making two of… Continue reading A Baby Quilt in Two Colorways
This one is actually a keepsake for myself 🙂 These are handkerchiefs that belonged my mother - she collected many of them during her travels as a young Lieutenant in the Air Force as a nurse, some her brothers found for her while they were in the Navy, and some were given to her by… Continue reading Handkerchef Quilt
One of my favorite types of quilts to make are scrap quilts. I love using up the little bits left over from other projects - and it's a glimpse back to the days of our quilty grandmothers who made scrap quilts because they had to. I have several quilts my maternal grandmother made, and… Continue reading Scrap Happy!
For a new apartment and a new chapter in life - this string quilt is for my son and his girlfriend. I love the jewel tones and graphic exploding star block. As with most string quilts, I sewed various width strips together to form strip sets. Then cut the strip sets into triangles, and… Continue reading Exploding Star String Quilt
This little baby quilt has been one of the most fun projects I've ever been commissioned to make! The quilt is to be a baby shower gift from the baby's maternal grandmother, who had saved several pillow cases of her own mother's. All the white fabric in the quilt top came from cutting apart some… Continue reading Heirloom Baby Quilt
I took these photos on a beautiful spring day in Georgia - and nothing is prettier than a Southern Spring. It's the deep breath before the onslaught of summer, and down here that means 90+ degree days with 800% humidity... This blooming cherry tree was the perfect backdrop for this sweet quilt, so I snapped… Continue reading A Graduation Quilt
I saw this pattern by Madisen Hastings, called Aviary, in the shop window of Main Street Quilting Company while visiting our son in Bozeman, MT - it stopped me in my tracks! I love this! The rainbow arrangement of the colors, and the long, narrow aspect of the design make this quilt eye-catching. I knew… Continue reading Graffiti Quilting and an Applique Feather