As many of you know my computer took a nose dive back in early March. I was using the husbands work computer for a while and then that came to a halt when I went to Florida in April. Well, when I got back we were finishing up the craft room - no, not THE craft room MY craft room. It is still a mess so you will have to wait for a picture. It is about 90% finished and I am in the process of decluttering it. Well that is the plan anyway. My stashes are too big so i am going to have to find new homes for lots of stuff....maybe I can figure out how to put a list/picture on here and get rid of it that way. Hmmmm... I will have to play with that one. :) Well, again I am back with computer now so I will be more attentive!
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
I finished another quilt top but this one also includes another of my favorite pass times - cross stitching. The pattern is from Catia Crafts. At the time it is a complementary SAL but now you have to pay a small fee for each section. As you can see I only did the "blocks" but I am thinking that I will probably do it again in its original form to see the completed work for myself. What do you think?
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Next up is a scrappy quilt that I made for my cousin's first baby. Well at least one of these two are going to go to him. He was born on February 2nd.
Next is a free embroidery pattern that had 6 blocks related to Valentine's Day. It is from ... well I don't have the link anymore and there is not a link on the printout. I will keep looking for it.
This next one was in my "to do" pile from last year. The pattern is called Turning Twenty Again. It uses 20 fat quarters and is huge! I am going to use it as a picnic blanket this spring/summer with the girls. Last year we did a lot of picnicing.
This is the new applique/redwork BOM from Bunny Hill Designs. It is a full year of snowmen. I am going to have it all in bluework so that it will hang in my guest room during the winter holidays.
This one was just a ton of leftover blocks I had. I decided to just put them together to get them off my work table.
This is a baby quilt for the charity Quilts for Kids. The organization sent me everything to make the top and fabric for the backing. All I had to do was put it together and quilt it. Easy-peesy! Send it back and a little one that is not feeling so good will have a warm quilt.