Friday, August 1, 2014

Heirloom challenge

When I heard the challenge word "heirloom", I immediately thought of tomatoes...maybe because I am totally consumed in my garden right now. Even though I had two months to do this challenge, I ended up making it from 9-midnight last night, July 31st.  Nothing like waiting until the last minute, being tired, having machine problems, etc.....   uggg.   Anyway, this piece is now hanging in my laundry room and will remind me of juicy flavorful tomatoes all year long.

Baby Quilt for Francis

I made this quilt for Kurt's (nurse coworker) new baby girl.  The back is a super soft minky fabric. The design is supposed to look like gingham.  It was quick and fun to make.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Jordan had an unsightly electrical panel in Winston's nursery.  Her nursey theme is deer and bear so I made this wall hanging to cover the electric panel.
This is a baby quilt I made for Ashley in cardiac rehab.  She had a baby boy named Tucker.  The back is a soft flannel.

Geometric-Theme 5

I made this 12 x 12" quilt for the Art Squared group.  I started with a 9 patch and cut, then sewed, cut, then sew, etc. It was fun to see the pattern that emerged.  The quilting went fast and then sewing on all the neat flat beads was fun.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Nina's quilt

I worked with Rebecca in Cardiology in Bozeman.  She just had her first baby and didn't know the sex so I tried to make a generic baby quilt.  It came out kind of girlish so I'm glad she had a girl!  I love the flannel back.

Caleb's Quilt

Kerri, from Cardiac rehab in MA, just had a baby boy named Caleb.  This was a fun and super easy baby quilt to make.