A sweet lady, Wyoming Nana, donated fabric to our Project Linus Chapter. All of the fabrics in is quilt are from her. I saw a picture of a similar quilt and decided I could make it with some changes. I don't know the name of the block but I call it Up and Down. Hope a child likes it.
Made this quilt using a pattern in one of Donna Peterson's 3 yard quilt books. Made it for our local quilt shop as they are currently promoting the patterns by this lady. Simple quilt to do for sure so I tried a bit of decoration for the outside border.
Made this quilt for one of my sisters using the Man Sewing Burst Block Template for 10" Squares and tutorial from MSQC. Had a jelly roll of Artisan Batiks in my stash that worked perfect for this quilt. Was to excited to give to my sister, I forgot to take pictures. There appears to be an unmade bed underneath the quilt...oh well.
This is another Dignity Quilt. Pieced from all sorts of scraps and bits and bobs of peach colored fabrics. I made all the main part of the stars from the same fabric. (Well, can you find the one I couldn't?) I have been having fun with the hook and feathers quilting pattern. A friend who saw it thought it looked like roses.
Found this cute tutorial and decided to use a tone on tone white for the background squares. It finished out at 44.5 x 44.5--a sweet sized baby quilt. It was fun and easy and uses lots of scrap as small as two inches square. https://twiggyandopal.blogspot.com/2020/10/scrappy-snowball-quilt.html?showComment=1616160935643#c145940135805873621
My brother-in-law has been a firefighter for many years and has collected shirts from all his jobs. My sister gave me those shirts last year to create this quilt for his birthday. It was so special to take part in that gift, and a joy to finish my first t-shirt quilt.