A little more on the memory quilts... one Saturday, two of my sister-in-laws and my sister and mother all came up and we spent the afternoon cutting all the strips for both my grandma's quilt and my mother-in-law Jo's quilt. Let me tell you that was awesome! The next Saturday, three of the four came back and we made the pillow below. I wanted
Well... if you saw my post about Grandma's memory quilt, you saw it took me nearly a month to finish it. Before I started really working on it, I took time between Brody's quilt and Grandma's and put a quilt together for my mother-in-law's birthday. I will have to do a couple posts about this one to get all the pictures up for you to
I forgot to post Brody's quilt when I finished it. I finished it up just a few days before his birthday in mid August... here is the finished project not bad for my first "real" quilt.
I first saw the White Chocolate pattern about six months ago and thought... "That looks pretty easy, I think I could try that someday." So, I downloaded it, printed it, and put it in my project room. In the meantime, I made my first three quilts, a baby "blankie", a small baby quilt with a panel, and El's tossed nine-patch for
Well, it is official... I have the bug. Last winter, I had made my first quilts... I had bought a box of fabric at an auction for $1.00... inside was a passel of 4 x 4 polyester squares that were already cut out. The colors were blues, greys, and some blue and white with a few reds and pinks thrown in. I decided I would go ahead and just sew some of