I love the inspiration of this quilt, so I am quilting along with 2 local friends! Follow our progress each month :)
January - Applique Silhouette
March - Fabric Origami
April - Wonky piecing
July - Fabric Weaving
September - Foundation Paper Piecing
2014 Q4 Goals 6 projects I'd like to see finished by New Year's Eve 2014
2015 Q1 Goals 6 projects I'd like to get completed before April. Wow, I didn't finish even ONE of these goals in three months!!
2015 Q2 Goals 6 projects that I'll be working on. Let's hope my progress is better than last quarter!
Q3 goals for 2015
Q4 goals for 2015
February 2017 Goal: mystery table runner
February 2017 Finish: Canada, Eh? table runner
March 2017 Goal: wolf panel signature quilt
March 2017 Finish: Wolf quilt
April 2017 Goal: Baby clothes Memory quilt
July Stash Builders Row by Row Experience 2014 shop hop in Ontario
Sunday Stash 17 Aug 2014
Sunday Stash 19 Oct 2014
New fabrics! Jan 25 2015
Quilting toys! 8 Feb 2015
New fabric - and some was free! 1 Mar 2015
New thread, New fabric and a Giveaway Win! 30 May 2015
Major stash enhancement 11 Oct 2015
Christmas gifts - What a fabulous collection! 3 Jan 2016
December 2014: Bonnie Hunter's Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt Along
Xfiles quilt Jan 2016-
Sunbonnet Sue and Sam Around the World Jan 2016-
Mystery Quilt Jan 2016-
New Quilt Bloggers Blog hop 2015
Cloud 9 New Block Hop: Crossing Stars
Teaching my 6 year old how to quilt
My brother-in-law was leaving for a job posting, so we threw a party and had everyone sign this pillowcase that he could take along!
I like to make a pillowcase for each quilt I make, I don't always get them done, but I try :)
I made two of these throw quilts over Christmas Break in 2013. I had lots of leftover strips from a previous project (I decided not to add a side border so there was LOTS). I alternated the stripes with crumb blocks and backed with a fleece throw. Perfect for the car! This post dealt with the question "What's on your beds today?"
I've been a huge supporter of agricultural fairs, and this year was no exception!
As You Wish: A Beginning. If you love the movie The Princess Bride, you've got to follow along as I stitch this quilt!
Two more blocks: Princess Buttercup and Count Rugen
You killed my Father! Inigo is my favourite character, and Mandy Patinkin made a forever fan in me :)
No fairy tale movie is complete without the lumbering friendly giant. Fezzik is my latest character, and my tribute to the world's most loved giant, Andre Roussimoff.
The final 2 pieced blocks: Vizzini and Miracle Max & Valerie. Now I'm off to stitch the quotes :)
I began this hand stitched project nearly 2 years ago, and I am about halfway finished the main design. I hope to keep the momentum going and finish the top by Christmas 2017!
I'm working on this vintage yellow dresden blade quilt for my cousin. The original scrappy blades are threadbare and falling off, so I plan to remove them and reuse the yellow to give this quilt many more years of service.
Craft show frenzy! It's 2 days from the first show of the season, and I am not ready yet, but feeling good about my projected finishes!
It's time for the Spring craft shows - so I have a tonne of in-progress stuff, and only ONE completed item ready for the show in three days....
This month's block used paper piecing technique, one that all three of us were familiar with and happy to assemble!
My favourite customer, Ashley asked me to make a quilt from her daughter's baby clothes. I have previously made her quilts for her sisiter-in-law, her boys and she won a school quilt!
August's quilting technique was English Paper Piecing (EPP), a method I was skeptical to try at first.
As I work through the Starry Night QAL, I am learning many new sewing techniques. This month I was pleased to try fabric weaving - especially as it could be done while camping sans sewing machine or p…
Sometimes the best way to use a panel is to cut it up! Mary used the classic attic window block to liven up a pastoral panel.