Friday, April 27, 2012

Sorry I haven't posted lately!

Here is a signed copy of Elenor Burns Victory Quilts book!
This is the stash of fabric used to make the quilt on the bottom right hand picture.

The quilt was made for my son's 2nd grade auction basket.  It will be auctioned tomorrow night along with all the great home dec items on the beautiful corner shelf!  I wish I could bring it all home with me! 

Here are a few of the blocks that make up the 1940's themed quilt...bride's bouquet, bow tie, airplane, etc.  Many pieces of that time period.

Another shot. 

Here you get a glimse of the neat swag and star border!  It is just the thing to pull it all together!

A close up of the quilting...I did an allover feather panto. Hopefully it bring in some bucks for the kid's school!

Finally, here are the little angels that make all the work worthwhile!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Sweet Baby quilt

This little quilt used a bright set of marble types of fabrics.

                                                                      Baby bottle!

Rattle for baby to enjoy.

Colorful dragonfly.

Funky frog that may someday become a prince.

Fun little butterfly.

Here I added a teddy bear!

Lastly, a star for little star!

The background had some geometric lines that added some texture.

Batiks that sing!

Okay, so I used a panto on this, but it is a Linda Taylor (Folk Lily) and you would never know it because the repeat is really far from the start.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Black and White Beauty!

I just added some soft curvy lines to this quilt.  It speaks for itself!

The different types of fabrics just adds to the dimension of this really cool quilt.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Such cool fabrics!

I used the Waterworld panto on it and the swirls just set it in motion!

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

This is such a cute quilt!  Just when you think you see it all, there is more!