The Quilt of Valor presentation is tomorrow, I finished this quilt yesterday. So excited to honor my friend, a Viet Nam veteran who plays guitar. He regularly shares his gift at a local coffee house and other venues around town. Most of the quilts at the ceremony will be red, white, and blue. That’s OK,… Continue reading Success-Two Days Ahead!
As you may recall, I was going to take a class on ruler work with a domestic machine and make some doll quilts for further practice. That post is here: https://ponderingitall.blog/2019/01/18/2019-1st-quarter/ I did take a ruler work class, such a fun and useful technique. The class was taught at Quilt Addicts Anonymous, using rulers designed… Continue reading Doll Quilt Success!
As I was sorting through my jewelry, I kept running across earrings and a necklace or two from my Christmas collection. Now they are living together in their own Sweetpea Pod. And I have an extra one ready for someone else! So cute! Here is where it all started: https://ponderingitall.blog/2019/01/18/2019-1st-quarter/
The Big Boy quilt is done! I used Christa Watson’s pattern, Out of the Box, featured in the December 2018 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting. Upon opening it, my grandson announced it had a spider web and rolled around in it. High praise from the 3.5 year old world! Here we are with his… Continue reading Big Boy Quilt
Fresh from my sewing room are 10 more gadget holders, all for Christmas gifting. So I am writing this on December 18 but will not post it until after they have been distributed. These were fun to make, I hope they will be useful to the intended recipients. As you can see, 4 of them… Continue reading Ten More Gadget Holders
Just got home from retreat(!). These 6 cute pouches are the first thing I worked on there. They might be part of someone’s holiday gift this year… My plans for third quarter can be found here: https://ponderingitall.blog/2018/07/16/2018-resolutions-part-3
My sweet granddaughter was born last month. Her quilt is done and ready for tummy time. It turned out pretty cute, if I do say so myself. The pattern is Sprinkles from Jaybird Quilts. Her patterns are so easy to make, I highly recommend them. And the fabric all came from Quilt Addicts… Continue reading Baby Quilt