Friday, March 16, 2018

{ A First Finish for 2018 }

It feels good to finally be able to share a finish. Meet Big Sky.

I'm in love with Big Sky fabric line by Annie Brady for Moda. The colors and prints are amazing and just perfect for a baby boy.

Could you just die? That moose!

Another reason I'm crazy for this quilt is the fact that I quilted it myself on a long arm. First time!

Quilt finished at 51x51
Fabric is Big Sky by Annie Brady
Quilted by ME!
Pattern is Wild Windows by Kristina at Center Street Quilts. It's a freebie over at the Moda Bake Shop

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Friday, December 8, 2017

{ Three (small) Finishes }

Last winter I finished  my Charming Stars quilt, made with Snowman Gatherings II 
from Primitive Gatherings. 
I had leftover charm squares and had purchased extra yardage for pillow backs. 
Over the past couple of weeks I found time to put together
 three 20x20 throw pillows for our den couch. 
I love this fabric!

I'm linking up with Finish it Up Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts

Sunday, November 26, 2017

{ Time Flies and Some Finishes }

Even though I haven't posted any finishes here in 9 MONTHS, I have been doing some sewing. I finished two quilt tops which I won't show until they've been quilted and bound. 

I'm going to become a great-aunt for the second time and 
new baby Ella needs a quilt.

This quilt finished at 52x52
The fabric is Little Miss Sunshine by Lella Boutique
The pattern is a freebie called Flower Girl from Moda Bake Shop.


Another finished quilt will be gifted this weekend.  It's a combination birthday-housewarming gift for my sister-in-law.

Quilt finishes at 72x72
Pattern is Moda Love - Layer Cake Quilt
Fabric : Refresh by Sandy Gervais for Moda
Quilted by Melissa @ Sew Shabby Quilting


I actually finished a Christmas quilt before Christmas. I had been hoarding this fabric and saving this pattern for the right time. This quilt will be gifted to my step daughter who loves to cuddle under our quilts when she visits. It was time she had her own.

Quilt finished at 55x65
Fabric is Flurry by Kate Spain. Included a panel with some elements used in the quilt.
Pattern is Flurry by Kate Spain

This was a fun quilt to make. I don't usually make a throw quilt pattern more than once, but I can see another Flurry quilt in my future.

I'm linking up to Finish It Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts

Friday, February 24, 2017

{ A Winter Quilt - A Gathering of Snowmen }

It's back from the quilter, bound, washed and being used.
I loved having snow on the ground for photos.

The pattern is a freebie from Moda Bake Shop called
Charming Stars
I'll be making this pattern again!
It finished at 68x68
The fabric is Snowman Gatherings 2 by Primitive Gatherings
Quilting in a snowflake pattern by Melissa at 
Sew Shabby Quilting

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Friday, January 27, 2017

{ Charming Stars }

Since the new year began, I've made two 38x52 baby plus quilts.

Shame on me for not taking photos of the them but they are identical to these quilts made previously. I was really lucky to have enough leftover fabric from the earlier projects to make two more. 
I even had enough coordinating backing fabric. {High five}

I also completed the Charming Stars quilt top.  The pattern is a freebie at Moda Bake Shop. It uses three charm packs and the blocks are a breeze to make. This pattern would make a great baby boy quilt (less blocks) or a QOV quilt with some red, white and blue fabric.

The fabric is Snowman Gatherings II by Primitive Gatherings.
After I took these photos I added two more borders, pieced the backing, and boxed it up for its trip to Utah for quilting.
When she gets back, I'll take more photos. 

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Friday, November 18, 2016

{ Completely Complete Quilt }

This quickly became one of my favorite quilts. 
FQS Mystery BOM for 2012 is
completely complete.

I cheated a bit on the borders. Shhh. I do love everything about this quilt. 

FQS Mystery BOM
Fabric: Vintage Modern by Bonnie & Camille
Batting: Warm & White 100% cotton
Quilted by Melissa at Sew Shabby Quilting

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Friday, November 4, 2016

{ Manly Log Cabin -is there any other kind? }

This was supposed to be a Christmas gift for my husband. 
Yeah, right.
As soon as the final stitch was in the binding, it was in the wash and dryer. 
While it was still warm, I presented him with an early Christmas gift. 
He seemed very pleased, which makes me happy.

Manly Log Cabin Quilt
Fabric: Miniature Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings for Moda
Batting: Warm and White 100% Cotton
Backing: Robert Kaufman Flannel
Quilting by Melissa @ Sew Shabby Quilting
Used the Log Cabin Trim Tool to make perfect  8 1/2" blocks

I may be using flannel backings more often. It really makes for a cozy quilt.
I just have to add the label and I'll 100% complete. 

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