oops! Should have put an ad on my blog before the show!! It was a great show- wonderful facility, great quilts, and of course, a bonus to have vendors!
this memory quilt has tshirts in both sides. Lesson learned- more difficult to quilt when there are stretchy tshirts on both sides!!
I made these two samples for Keystone quilts. It’s a Missouri Star pattern.
Curtis is in Ireland- taking wedding photos- along with Amanda. The grandkids and I have been hanging out. These were our sewing projects: stuffies!
This quilt was a block of the month, called Easy Steet. I finished it up for a wedding gift for Vanessa and Colin this weekend.
I wish I would have taken ‘before’ photo’. When I got this quilt, there was a series of holes where the dog had attacked it! ( every quilters fear when…
this is the third quilt that I have made from a mothers’ clothes for a memory quilt.
great group of women in the class yesterday! I’m looking forward to seeing the finished projects
We’re making Evening Mist bags. This is a pattern from Hopscotch quilts in Lethbridge. They have just started- so, no finished projects yet!!
A couple more quilts- I quilted different designs on both. They will go back to their owner in Kenora this week!
Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.