Well there’s no denying I haven’t been around here for a while! The past few months involved finishing my master’s degree and that was about all I had energy for. I do have a few finishes to share, so I’ll let the pictures show you what bits of fabric and quilty projects I was able to work in alongside research papers
King size quilt – Marcia Derse fabrics – quilters dream select batting = super soft quilt!
Inspired by Pinterest
My first quilty, crafty nurturing 3 night retreat is planned for the end of January. Can’t wait!!! My card was designed by the talented JenniferL of Sewlandia.
Scrappy stockings for decoration only!
Fabric filled embroidery hoops for Christmas window decoration.
The Joy of Color
Lots to look at in this quilt!
Based on a pattern by Malka Dubrawsky, this is one of my favorites pieces. Challenging and time consuming, the finished effect is outstanding!
I used Essex Linen in Natural for the background, binding and backing of the quilt, and Kona Solids for the outstanding colors. They come together to make a vibrant wall hanging or table runner.
Using the design wall to work on the color placement and layout
It took hours to quilt this piece, which you may find surprising because it measures 15″ x 41″ – hardly a large quilt.
Look closely – that’s a lot of quilting! Available through my ETSY shop.
There’s just something about girly quilts that I like. They appeal to something in me that responds to the soft, cuddly fabric and makes me want to curl up and read a book or watch TV.
This baby quilt, with fabric from the Posey collection by Aneela Hoey, features coral, pink, lavendar, white, and soft greens with flowers and swirlys and softness.
What little (or big) girl wouldn’t want to snuggle up with this?