Monday, July 3, 2017
Well it has been a long time stacked in a plastic bag to be completed. Went to visit my daughter in San Diego and decided to take a few of my UFOs. Sandi is so good and does such fast work, thought I would give her another challenge. I had cut all the pieces, then made quite a few blocks, then for some unknown reason I gave it up to the storage drawer. Biggest problem was I didn't add the pattern to the bag. Well it was no problem to Sandi, she manage to figure it all out and "Bang" she completed it.
Yes it is lovely and I will be proud to use it on my bed.
Sunday, July 2, 2017
I made this from a kit I won a couple of years ago. I am trying to clean out my UFOs and downsize my fabrics. This was a great start. The pattern is called Chase's Quilt by Mitzie Keys. I will be cutting the batting for this one today. I have a cute piece from Sandra's stash that is white with angels on it that will be used for the back. Thinking about a bright red for the binding. What do you think?
Enjoy your day!
Friday, June 30, 2017
These were the dresses made at the retreat I attended with my daughter, Sandra and her quilt guild members from Sunshine Quilt Guild.
All of the kits were not sewn so we took them home and finished them.
Today we finished the last three and put them in the mail to the nuns at Vina De Lestonnac in Temecula, CA. The nuns pass them along to girls in need. They are made from a pillowcase. It was so much fun to "girly them up".
Come back soon for a look at the quilt project I finished.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Unfortunately, I had to step aside from sewing. I got a bad reaction to chopping some vegetables and aggravated Arthur. I had to go to the ER room, very painful. After a month I can finally hold a pencil. Old Man Arthur sure knows how to wreck your life. I hopefully will back to sewing in another week. You all have a great week. God Bless
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Photo of a quilt that was given to my best friend, Helen. Helen lost her husband a year ago, I got all his shirts and cut them up to make the quilt. Sandi got me started and did the binding. Kerry Marksbury did the machine quilting. I really like how the quilt turned out. Needless to say, Helen needed tissues when I presented it to her.