Wednesday, February 29, 2012


Before we leap into March I am going to show my February finishes.

1. Postage Stamp Quilt Along quilt. March Birthday gift.

Here is another picture and Sherry decided she wanted to be in the picture.

2. Extra postage stamp blocks made into a table runner.

3. First ever wool project. A wall hanging.

Sherry and Tasha wanted their picture taken so they could have a treat.

It is warm and sunny in Ohio today. It is more like a spring day. Hope the weather continues. Have a great rest of the week.


Saturday, February 25, 2012

Whoop Whoop Friday

Sarah is having a book give away over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict. The book is called Back to Charm School. Lots and Lots of mini quilts. Go and check it out.

I finished this I Spy baby quilt this week.


Whoop Whoop another quilt finished.


Monday, February 20, 2012

Design Wall Monday - February 20, 2012

I am so "Delighted" with this baby quilt. The top is half finished.

Julie at Intrepid Threads made sure I had enough fabric for this quilt.

Thanks Julie.

Have a great week!


Friday, February 17, 2012

Friday Update

I keep seeing pictures of the jelly roll 1600 quilt. How difficult could it be? I watched the you tube video and read the instructions and decided today was the day I was making a jelly roll quilt. I had a Max & Whiskers jelly roll and I need a baby quilt for a boy. It was quick, easy and fun.

I also was looking back at my 2012 Finish-A-Long List.
Number 1 & 2 are completed.
Number 3 needs the binding sewn down.

Number 3 is Rag Quilts. Here are two more for a total of 3.

Number 5 - No Houses Sewn.

Number 6 - 3 baby quilt to make. The Jelly Roll quilt is one, I have another one ready to quilt, and third one is not started.

I think I am progressing nicely on my list.


Saturday, February 11, 2012

Special Quilt

I have been sewing on this special quilt. I belong to a Yahoo Group and one of group members has a brain tumor and is going to have surgery. We issued a request for blocks and 25 women from around the world answered our request. Most of the blocks have words of encouragement written on the blocks. This picture does not begin to show the beautiful of the quilt. I believe this quilt will bring the receiver peace, love, and comfort. I will be mailing the quilt to another member of the group and she will do the quilting. The quilt is a surprise. I had an extra block so I made her a pocket prayer quilt. I have tied 25 prayers for her.

Don't you agree, it is a very special quilt?