It started out as an experiment in piecing curves. I cut 6 9-inch squares of hand-dyed fabrics, stacked them on top of each other, then cut two slightly off-centre gentle curves.
I’m using The Caroler fabric by Mary Engelbreit to make a cute Christmas-themed table runner from Erin’s adorable mittens applique pattern.
Earlier in the summer, I shared with you the plan I had for a baby quilt I was making. I finished the quilt a while back and the baby now has it to cuddle under as the days get colder up here.
I’m making progress on my scrappy bed quilt. This is largest quilt I’ve ever attempted. I really hope it works out in the end.
After many, many moons, I’ve finally finished a quilt for ME! Happy Memories in loving memory of Pal, Slade and Daniel.
This weekend, I’ve been working on a purse from me. I’m thrilled with how it turned out, even if I did have to rip it out three times until I figured out how to put it together. :)
Here are the hearts I made to go to New Zealand from the mosaic-like fabric I created earlier this month.
Matching mug rugs sent to my partner for the Mug Rug swap.
Here are the quilts (or quilting projects) I completed in 2010. Lots of quilts in progress for 2011.
Here are the quilts I made for my nieces and introducing Sasha, my new toy!
I am very fortunate to be participating in a row robin with 7 other wonderful ladies from around the world. I’ve completed my first row and received a lovely flower row from Anita.
Here’s what I made for the candle mat swap, along with three others that I made, and the lovely one I received from Sharon.