Saturday, July 11, 2015

Quilt along...

 I have joined a "quilt along" with some friends. This is week two of the quilt along. It is called the Twisted Blossom from Sew Kind of Wonderful.
I completed another quilt top. I loved this pattern! Another addition to my machine quilting pile!!

Sunday, June 28, 2015

2015 BOM

 I finished the last block of my block of the month. Next shipment will be the teacup border.
 I love shabby fabrics!
I attended a wedding this weekend. This is my niece who was in the wedding. She is a so grown up!

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Grand Illusion..

 This is the quilt I made from Bonnie Hunters' quilt along called the Grand Illusion. This is a king size bed! Thank you Darby Myers for quilting this beast :) I love the sunny colors of summer!
I also finished another Shabby Fabrics Block of the month Tea pot. I love these blocks, they are so cute!

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Spring

I made this small wallhanging from a Shabby Fabrics free pattern. I used scraps from the "Miss Kate" line. I wanted to make something for Spring!
I am going to a baby shower, and the request was made for baby books rather than cards. I made this bib too.
I am still working on my machine quilting, but tend to get distracted with the little things (pictured above) :)

Monday, April 13, 2015

Blog error!

Sorry Darby! Her name is Darby Myers and she quilts beautifully!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Short and stout….

 This is the second Shabby Fabric BOM teapot. "I'm a little teapot…."
 This is a baby quilt I finished for our next little great nephew, due in May!
 I also made this portable diaper holder to match the quilt. 
 The Best of the Valley Quilt show was held this weekend. My Mother and I had a great time. I did win a second place on the quilt shown below. A BIG thank you to Darby Shaw for her awesome quilting that helped win the second place ribbon. 

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Shabby fun...

 I finished my first Shabby Fabric's BOM called "Garden Tea Party". It is a pieced and appliqued block.  Very fun to make.
 This is a sewing basket my Grandfather ( my Mother's Dad) made for my Grandmother. Probably in the 1930s. Made with only hand tools. I love it! My Mom gave it to me. She doesn't mind if I paint it. So I am trying chalk paint. I plan to add Dove Egg blue to the inside. It will look "sew" good in my sewing room!!