I have been busy, I swear. I have pictures to prove it. Here are two New Wave Quilts that I have done. One is a top yet but the other is quilted and is bound now even though at time of photo it was not. It was a pattern from Oh Fransson. This is a super fun and wonderful pattern. There are so many ways I want to make this quilt!
Here is a Kaleidoscope quilt that I did . It is from the Ricky Timms video instructions which are really well done and understandable. I would like to make another of these some day. Cutting the wedges is exciting because you just don't quite know what that quilt will look like.
This is a small wallhanging done is a very free style and whimsical way. The grandma's flower garden block were demonstrated by my Mom as she is the queen of the gardens. (She is working on the fifth one!!!) This is the only garden you will get from me. I think they are great, I just can't piece that many. This contains some hand embroidery which I love to do.
This is a table runner that I did this fall as a demo for our quilt guild. It is called Shadow applique and came from an issue of American Quilters Society. It demonstrated how to add a shadow effect to your applique by applying a background to each piece of applique.
This is a favorite recent project that I have finally finished up. It started with a lovely hand embroidered tablecloth that was old and had some small holes in it. I cut it out eliminating the holes and added some blocks that I had started from another demonstration that I did. My little granddaughter was three at the time and she sat on my lap for a long time piecing those blocks. I just love this quilt and would like to go through my linen collection and cut it up!