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  • Hannah's Graduation Quilt

    Finally finished Hannah's quilt This was by far the hardest quilt I have done to date. Not bad for only having a year of quilting under my belt. When I looked at the pattern, I thought, oh that will be easy. I have watched Fons & Porter and Quilt in a day often enough to see how easy making the over sized squares is then drawing a line down
    Posted to danhanmapa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Malissa on Thu, Aug 22 2013
  • Memory Lap Quilt

    I drew this out on graph paper, and put it together in 24 hours... I actually recorded the time it took to complete from design to quilt completion. I have had several people already ask me to make them one... my husband thinks I should charge $200 apiece for them... he is a little out of touch. He just does not get that a big part of this is just the
    Posted to danhanmapa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • Tossed Nine Patch

    I used 30's replica fabrics to create my first large (twin size) quilt for my Grandson's first birthday. I "messed up" the layout... I flipped my blocks the wrong way, so I had to keep flipping them the wrong way all the way through. It does not match the Quilt in a Day pattern. I was afraid to bind it, so I ended up messing it up
    Posted to danhanmapa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • White Chocolate Pillow - Modified

    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
    Posted to danhanmapa's Blog (Weblog) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • Jo's Memory Quilt

    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
    Posted to danhanmapa's Blog (Weblog) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • First big Project completed

    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.
    Posted to danhanmapa's Blog (Weblog) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • Grandma's Memory 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
    Posted to danhanmapa's Blog (Weblog) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • Very Modified White Chocolate - Grandmother's Memory Quilt

    I could not find a memory quilt I liked to purchase for my grandmother, so I decided to modify the White Chocolate pattern. I have blog post that goes into more detail on this project. Very forgiving pattern for a confident beginner.
    Posted to danhanmapa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Malissa on Thu, Oct 25 2012
  • Bitten by the Quilting Bug

    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
    Posted to danhanmapa's Blog (Weblog) by Malissa on Tue, Jul 24 2012
  • My first baby blankie

    This is an "oops" quilt I made after mis cutting some 5x5 squares for another quilt. I was going to make a baby bib using the six 41/2 x 5 squares and then I pieced the little border out of scraps. It was so cute, I could not bear the thought of cutting it, so I added a 3" border and put a binding on it. It is the perfect baby blankie
    Posted to danhanmapa's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Malissa on Tue, Jul 24 2012
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