Monday, November 7, 2011

Ardith's Quilts

Ardith stitched these precious blocks several years ago. I sewed them together and quilted them so they'll be ready for future great-grandchildren!

Laurel's Mitten Quilt

This cute quilt is quilted with snowflakes!

Liz's Quilts

Liz made this pretty quilt as a gift for a young friend.

I don't get a chance to use this flower pattern very often - but the on point blocks of this quilt worked well.

Liz used an assortment of Australian fabrics for this quilt.

And this is a Quilt of Valor Liz made for a wounded soldier.

Barbara's Quilts

Barbara designed and taught this bargello class for several years at Judy's Quilt and Sew in Hampshire. She shepherded many queen size quilts to completion.

But this is a mini-version of her beautiful design. Some of the strips finish at 1/4 inch. Pretty tiny!

This is an oldie but goodie log cabin variation.

Susan's Tree Skirt

Susan will cut a hole in the middle and bind it to make way for the tree. It is quilted with a holly and berry pantograph.

Some of My Projects

Here are some Christmas Stockings I made for some friends who just got married. I figured out how to applique those pretty letters with the quilting machine!

This is for my grandchildren to share during the holiday season.

I made this quilt for my son's future in-laws. They have a cabin and a joke about a moose.....

Another gift. I bought the bear panel at least 20 years ago. I still think it's cute - but don't want to let another generation go by before using it!

Kathy's Quilts

My family has been working overtime to keep me busy lately! This is the One Block Wonder that Kathy made. She's going to bind all of those angles - won't that be pretty?!

And here's another quilt Kathy made. A great "guy" quilt!

Mary's Projects

Thanks to some mechanical problems, Mary (my sister-in-law) found herself stranded at our house for a few days. She made good use of her time by finishing up some projects!

I can't take any credit for the pumpkin (wish I could). I just admire Mary's workmanship!

Here is a finished One Block Wonder.

And this is how Mary used up a few extra blocks.

Karen's Quilts

More quilts made by one of my prolific sisters. Aren't these "woven ribbons" cool?

This is a good way to use up scrap strips!

This is an eye spy. I like the irregular blocks.

Karen made 2 sports ball quilts. One for her son and one for her son-in-law.

Cindy's Quilts

This is a sweet quilt that Cindy whipped up from fabric samples. It is quilted with "Fantastic Feather".
This is a mystery quilt Cindy made as a bee project.

It is quilted with "Aloha" flowers