Leapfrog quilt is all done!

Leapfrog quilt is all done!

With our recent move and other things keeping me from just sewing for fun, a few weeks ago I just NEEDED to make a quilt and finish it. I did a search on Pinterest and found this quilt Which lead me to this blog Project 12 Quilts and I am so happy I have found it as...
“Straight on ’til Morning” is finished

“Straight on ’til Morning” is finished

Oh the joy of another finish and I just love how it turned out and it is my entry for  Bloggers Quilt Festival, I have always loved reading all about the quilts and  this year decided to join  the fun for the first time. Larry decided  on the name “Straight on...
Make it Right Challenge

Make it Right Challenge

When I first read about Angela Walters Make it Right Challenge I decided I would give it a shot but knew I had a very short time to get it done as I would be leaving for my trip to Ireland in mid May and today three days before I leave it is 90% complete.  So here are...
My labour of LOVE!

My labour of LOVE!

So tonight I finished the binding on a quilt that I have been working on for a few months and I am really happy with how it turned out. For a while I wanted to do a Mother Teresa quilt and once I found the embroidery design that is now the center piece of the quilt, I...

Eighth Annual Scraps to Treasures Challenge

This year I have decided to again take part i n the Eighth Annual Scraps to Treasures Challenge which is organized by one of the wonderful ladies on the Quilting and Needlework forum on HGTV.  Jean  aka “Jayardi” does a wonderful job of organizing this...
Another cute quilt for the BAMQG Charity Program

Another cute quilt for the BAMQG Charity Program

At the January BAMQG meeting, I picked up a quilt from the charity table to take home to quilt. I didn’t look at the top itself but the backing fabric was kinda cute. On Thursdays evening after work I decided to open the bundle up and iron it and get it ready to...
QuiltCon report – my thoughts on my 4 day trip to Austin

QuiltCon report – my thoughts on my 4 day trip to Austin

So what a fun but exhausting (both emotionally, mentally and physically) 4 days I had at QuiltCon in Austin. Some great class, lectures, quilts and of course meeting other quilters who are also passionate  about our craft as I am.   I left after work on Wednesday so...

Ombre! Ombre! Love

I got a parcel in the mail today and just loved what was in side.  After opening it I brought it up to the sewing room and looking at it lovingly knowing it would be a few days before I could play with it as I was suppose to be packing for QuiltCon as I head to Texas...

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