This is another quilt for the local nursing home. My aunt does bingo games for the residents every week, and the coverall prize is a lap quilt. I do as many as I can, those residents love their bingo! All fabrics were stash/scraps except the pink. I quilted this on my domestic Janome.
We did a 5,000 mile road trip this summer visiting friends and family. A long time friend and past coworker of my husband's retired to Tennessee. We had such a wonderful and relaxing time with them. They have a painting with these colors in it...so hence this quilt. This was fabric from my stash. I love the teal blue with the fall colors. I used minky for the backing and wheat thread for the quilting.
Aunt and Uncle who live in Kansas had a 50th Anniversary over 10 yrs ago. I wanted to make them something to remember it by. So I made this throw with some Wizard of Oz fabric I found at one of our local Quilt shops. Sorry for the grainy photo, it was also taken from an old computer with my camera phone. I will probably not see this one again.
This was created by "the seat of my pant" for a dear friend who was going through cancer. She chose the colors and I came up with this pattern. A photo from old computer, so it's a bit grainy Forgot to mention, she has passed away. Yes, she truly loved this quilt and it was with her always.
I liked Jenny's Thanksgiving quilt and I thought it would look great using my leftover fabric from a large quilt I made with Moda's Modern Neutrals, so I downloaded the pattern and got to work on 'Mt. Scrapmore'. I like how it turned out: a modern take on American tradition.
I used fabric from 9 different charm packs, with metallics in most of them, to make this Laundry Basket Quilts pattern. I made my blocks bigger than the pattern, tho. It’s an anniversary gift. Wish it was for MY anniversary! The pictures can’t do this quilt justice. They are Star Wars fans and her name is Rachel.....thus the backing....