I purchased a bag of scraps several years ago, left over from Nancy Davis Murty making samples with her fabrics by Andover, at her studio in Palmyra. Lots of triangles, squares, and parts of the border fabric (larger strips which I put on the back). I added a few more pieces from her line and came up with this child's quilt.
I found this unquilted grandmother's fan top at a vintage sidewalk sale in Phoenix. It is both hand and machine pieced, fabrics are likely from 30s-80s. Possibly a multigenerational effort. It was in pretty rough shape, some of the seams were pulled apart and a few of the fabrics were slightly shredded. I repaired with fusible interfacing from the backside and then quilted it pretty heavily. It should stand the test of time now. The upper right block is set in backward. I left it to honor the maker(s).
I made a quick lap quilt for my mother after her hip replacement surgery in 2021. I named it “Strong”. It took a long time to talk my mother into having surgery. Finally at age 87 she agreed and was willing to be strong. The quilt label has a small message embroidered on it.
I finished hand binding this Pumpkin Patched quilt. I won the pattern from Bre @bretquiltdesigns on Instrgram and received most of the fabrics used from a MSQC end of bolt box. This is the second time I used this type of sashing and nine patch cornerstones in a quilt. I quilted it with Wasatch Quilting design called Pumpkin Patch. I bound it with a Tula Pink orange stripe bias binding. 102" square
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While on a vacation trip, I discovered a gem of a pocket-sized quilt store tucked on a hillside overlooking a quiet area of Honolulu. Every inch of the store had treasures to explore. I purchased a Hawaiian Sunbonnet Applique Quilt Kit, Size 41 x 49 Designed by Donna Fear Originals by HITOMI.com from firstname.lastname@example.org The fabrics are authentic Hawaiian floral designs and the kit itself allows you to add your own personal touch. I added a little puppy and kitty to a couple of the blocks. As I worked on sewing and quilting this project, I found myself thankful that the memories of being there with family and friends renewed my spirit. I think that quilting may provide that gift. It now hangs on my sewing room wall to remind me of sunny days, beach time fun, and shopping excursions in beautiful Hawai'i.
I watched a video on YouTube of a guy making a Lone Star. I decided to give it a try. I needed to increase my size, so the other stars were added, to the top and bottom. I do have it sandwiched now, but not quilted. Unsure to do my meandering that I like to do or stitch 1/4 inch away from seams.
Made for my 8 year old grandson with “sports” as was his request! Used some fabric from stash that he has either liked or was with me when I bought it. Also used an old flannel shirt pocket. He uses it for one of his little “stuffies” stuffed animals. It is made with flannel, fleece, cotton fabrics and backed with a solid piece of flannel.
Jenny did this tutorial on the Astrick/Ditto quilt. I thought this would make a great graduation quilt for my Grandson #3, he's 8. I wanted him to be as unique as his name, Maverick. I made one block different to resemble him. I used his favorite color teal and chose the white with silver mini dots to accent and good contrast. I used a gray on the back with the gray metalic as my cover strips. I did make this as a "quilt as you go" block, it worked out great! As I was doing the quilting on the white strips, it made a nice little star design in the center, cool!
This is adapted from a pattern by Esther Aliu called Hold Onto Your Heart. I made it my own by adding more love birds to honor the love story of me and my husband of 56 years. It was juried into Road to California Quilt Show this year, 2022 which was a lifelong goal of mine! Even though it didn’t win a prize, I couldn’t be more proud and happy! It is machine appliquéd and quilted.