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  • Sampler Quilt

    This is actually the first quilt I pieced but am just now finishing it. My friend, Millie, machine quilted it for me.
    Posted to rcarson1958's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Rhonda Carson on Sat, Feb 12 2011
  • UFOs

    As you can see, I've been busy trying to finish a few UFOs over the past few weeks. Since the weather has been a bit on the cool side, finishing the binding on this sampler quilt was a great and cozy way to stay warm! This is actually my very first quilt to piece but my third one to completely finish. Two of my friends and I made samplers in the
    Posted to Nonnie's Blog (Weblog) by Rhonda Carson on Fri, Feb 4 2011
  • New Year Traditions

    Immediately following the New Year, and as regular as clockwork, I get attacked by a bug that usually lasts from 7 to 10 days -- depending. What kind of bug? Good question. I refer to it as the "I've Got To Reorganize, Declutter and Rearrange Furniture" bug. No matter how much I try to ignore, squash or outrun it, it jumps on me with a
    Posted to Nonnie's Blog (Weblog) by Rhonda Carson on Tue, Jan 11 2011
  • Children's Quilt

    This was a fun quilt to make. It's always interesting to use the donated fabrics in new and inventive ways!
    Posted to rcarson1958's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Rhonda Carson on Fri, Jan 7 2011
  • Quilts for Cambodia

    Another example of using donated scraps to make a bright and cheery quilt for orphans in Cambodia.
    Posted to rcarson1958's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Rhonda Carson on Fri, Jan 7 2011
  • Quilt for Cambodia

    These are quilts I made for orphans in Cambodia. I belong to a quilting group at church which meets twice a month and uses donated fabric to make children's quilts for mission projects.
    Posted to rcarson1958's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Rhonda Carson on Fri, Jan 7 2011
  • Prairie Star Basket from Love of Quilting

    This Prairie Star Basket quilt was made for my sister's 50th birthday. I used the pattern from the September issue of the Love of Quilting magazine. Though it was a challenging project for a beginning quilter (this is my 3rd full-size quilt to make), I was very pleased with the outcome. Millie Kriel of Lake Jackson, TX, did an outstanding job machine
    Posted to rcarson1958's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Rhonda Carson on Fri, Jan 7 2011
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