This pattern was done as a tutorial on Donna Jordans’ website. It is a Halloween Table Square Pattern measuring 54 by 54. I thought it would make a nice wall hanging for my porch. I made the pattern. Got it all quilted and went to bind it and notice I had two pieces flipped. Well, I bound it and hung it anyway. I figured as people drive by the house, they won’t be there long enough find the mistake.
The very first quilt I've made. This quilt holds all the love, hope I had in my heart and my mind as I was sewing while my daughter was expecting. One side, the back is a fleece fabric with a Christmas spirit. The front is made of symbols. The flags and guards for my husbands country. The center panel, the road connecting family members (and it could be used as a playmat). The 4 pictures are photos printed on fleece fabric. Photos of our family members. The persons who love the little boy to be born; his mum, his grandparents (my husband and I), his great grandparents (my parents) and his great great grandmother (my grandmother, with my daughter when she was 10 years-old). A way for me to give him a reminder of the fact he is loved and always will be.
This was a unfished project found in the cabinets of my quilting group. The squares cut and sashing's sewn. I just put it all together. I had some checkerboard material in black and white left from another project at home I used for the back. I sent it to Missouri Star for long arm quilting by their experts. Then I added red flange binding with the checkerboard material being the ribbing part. I added a sleeve to hang but also could be used on a table.
Sometime back I went to a estate sale where the primary items were quilting and sewing supplies. There was so much that the estate people I believe were overwhelmed at liquefying everything. I think the lady was a sort of hoarder. However I have much stuff of mine own so best not toss out that adjective she just loved to sew like all of us. I purchased a huge box for $4.00 with tons of projects of which I am working though. Also I purchased a bolt of fabric for $5.00 that I have used on the back of this World Map wall hanging and enough for other items. I purchased a wood grain print fabric to frame this wall hanging . I sent it to Missouri Star for long arm quilting. They are the experts after all.. I chose a design as close to waves as I could find to make the ocean look realistic . It will be in the church fall sale this year. I have a sleeve on the back for it to hang.
This quilt was in the Quick and Easy Quilts Magazine June/July 2021 Issue. I made it for my great nephew. My mother in law is no longer with us but she used to collect owls. I think this might be a quilt my niece might like/cherish. I also added pieces of my mother and father law clothing in the stars. Hope they like it.
It really is pumpkins on cream fabric. This is a Cluck Cluck Sew pattern. I've made it on grey background and this is the second one on cream. Both are lovely, but the cream is more traditional. I'll probably make a few more of these because they are fun--but you'd better pay attention. I had a few dates with my seam ripper.
I saw this pattern a while ago and loved it but thought it was complicated to do. When I pulled out the pattern and read the directions I realized it was only a disappearing 9 patch done on point with white fabric. I had been collecting some Kaffe Fassett fabric and decided this was the perfect way to use it. So that fabric became the focus of each block with coordinating other fabric from my stash to make the blocks. I used a white on white fabric between the colored blocks. I used fabric of Kaffe Fassett for the back. A local LAQ did the quilt pattern. I used multi-colored binding to finish it off. I love how it came out. A very happy quilt.
I made this scrappy Dresden Quilt for my daughter's guest bedroom in her new house. I quilted it with Wasatch Design "Bubbly Flowers", and used Omni Buff thread and Hobb's Tuscany Collection Supreme 100% unbleached cotton batting. I used 1.5" strips for the sashing and 9 patch corner stones. 96" x 96"