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  • Dr. Seuss

    This is the front of the Dr. Seuss quilt I made for my niece's baby. She wanted to have the blocks tilted for fun. I fussy cut most of the blocks before adding the sides. This quilt is just 1 piece of the many things I made for her. I also made crib sheets, a small diaper bag, and bumper pad. Can't wait for her to see it!
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Tue, Oct 9 2012
  • Dr. Seuss

    This is the back of a quilt I made for my niece's baby. They decided to decorate the room in Dr. Seuss. Anyway, I found this really soft fleece with Cat in the Hat pictures and thought it would be great for the back of the quilt.
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Tue, Oct 9 2012
  • Patriotic quilt

    My mother and I made this quilt for my nephew who joined the Air Force earlier this year. Most of the blocks were in Eleanor Burn's WWII book. A couple came from other places. The border and backing are Air Force print.
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Tue, Oct 9 2012
  • Re: Are You Ready For MQ 6?

    Judy-I really think your quilt is striking! I like the way you improvised and put it together in a new way.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Val on Wed, May 30 2012
  • MQ 6

    This is a small sample of what my MQ 6 will look like. I'm really anxious to finish but have been behind due to some other projects I have done for others. I'm liking what I see of everyone's quilts! Other pictures of my MQ 6 are in the show and tell gallery.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #6 - Bittersweet (MediaGallery) by Val on Sat, May 26 2012
  • MQ 6

    Ah! Just a sample of how it will look!
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Sat, May 26 2012
  • MQ 6

    Step 3
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Sat, May 26 2012
  • MQ 6 quilt

    Steps 1 all done. Because of other project, I got off to a slow start on this.
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Sat, May 26 2012
  • side 2 of t-shirt quilt

    This is the second side. My nephew had quite a number of t-shirts! I had enough for 25 blocks per side. The corner blocks on both sides happen to be from the front and back of 4 separate t-shirts. I had to use spray baste to hold the polyester batting in place (1/8 inch low loft-the quilt was still heavy!) on both sides. I tied the quilt instead of
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Sat, May 26 2012
  • t-shirt quilt

    This is side one of a t-shirt quilt I recently made for our nephew. School colors are red and blue. These are 13 inch square of t-shirts from elementary through high school. I used fusible interfacing with 1 inch grid on it. Fused all pieces into place, then folded on lines with right sides together to stitch the seams. This would have been perfect
    Posted to quilter1961's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Val on Sat, May 26 2012
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