This year has not been a good year for blogging for me – it’s been a weird year on a few fronts, so a lot of quilts I made to give away or for custom Etsy orders I didn’t blog about and some I didn’t even bother to take a picture of! Or the pictures I did take were on the living floor in the middle of the night in February. Oh February! I’m still hoping 2015 won’t have a February!!!
Anyway, quilts that have blogs to go with them have a link!
And I like the back as much as the front!
This has been on the shelf for 2-3 years. So glad to have it done. It’s on the couch now.
An old friend had a baby and I got to make a quilt!
His name is Charlie!
Another little boy! This one I started a few years ago, it was just waiting for the right baby to come along!
At first this quilt was for a customer order, then it was for me, then it was for a customer again. I’m at piece with it all.
Fuchsia and Turquoise Lightning Wedding Quilt
The bride had a friend promise to make her squares into a quilt – but her friend got too busy and never did. So I agreed to finish the quilt for her. The squares were all different wild sizes, but I worked up a few designs with the bride and we both liked this one best. As Matt said, “That does not look like a quilt you would make or that I would like, but actually, I do like it, I think?” Honestly I was watching the Sci-Fi Channel TV show “Haven” on Netflix while sewing this, so I just see that tv show when I look at it.
Fuchsia and Turquoise Lightning Wedding Quilt Back
I love having the monogram on the back of the quilt!
Coral and Pink Wedding Circles Quilt
Not a very creative name? I used the Olfa rotary cutter that cuts out circles for this. I had half a tutorial together, but it got too crazy. It took me so much longer than I thought it would. I love these fabrics though
I love these simple quilts. I really do. Here are a few custom orders.
Converging Corners Rainbow Quilt
I actually blogged this one! I won these blocks in our guild block lottery! Yay! The best part of February.
Converging Corners Yellow Giant Star Back
I love this back. Also, the dense flannel is so nice as a fall blanket now that the weather has cooled down.
Scrappy Trip – Muted Rainbow Version
OMG this took me so long to finish. You’ll have to read the story in the blog.
Fox Applique Chevrons
I mean, Chevrons and foxes! I think both of those were more popular in 2013, but you can’t always be popular. 😉 I have a very basic tutorial for the applique at the link.
I have another version that is Ohio.
I really should have actually taken pictures of this quilt. I had a lot of fun making it.
I set this on fire. No really.