Monthly Archives: January 2018
I attend the Common Threads Quilt Guild and at a meeting, a lady brought in this hexagon marquise quilt top and all the hexagon pieces to finish it. She said she started it a long time ago and was not … Continue reading
Happy Birthday Brother!
My younger brother Mark, likes wolves and when I found this panel I had him in mind. Panels are sometimes not straight and can make it difficult to cut apart. I left the panel as one unit then I added … Continue reading
Elephants all week long…
A dear friend asked me to make a baby quilt with the theme of elephants and in the colors of purple and gray. Some months earlier, I had purchased seven tea towels at a garage sale that were hand embroidered … Continue reading
Quilting with Fleece – Three of Three
A simple quilt made of two layers of fleece with no batting. Quilting was with gray Omni thread and digitized Edge to Edge Daisy design by Deb Geiser. It is lightweight and very soft and warm. The double sided fleece … Continue reading