Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Reunion Auction Items

  

My family has an auction to raise money to help 
fund any rent or deposits that we may incur 
for our reunions, these are the items I made.

 

didn't use a pattern for the bag, I just figured
 out what size I wanted and cut it out.
Pockets are in each corner of the bag. 


Had some fun making key fobs, they sold really well. 
The feather was the favorite.


Made two bags.


The make-up bag has pockets inside.

 





The guys bag did not turn out as I had hoped but it is not to bad.
I put a nice green and black fabric inside.




Monday, July 14, 2014

Bay Area Swap


The St. Louis Modern Quilt Guild is doing a 
swap with the Bay Area Modern Guild.
I thought a make-up bag would be nice.


The pattern was from Haberdashery Fun
Very easy pattern to follow.
I added some hand quilting for fun.


The pattern did not have pockets inside but I thought
a make-up bag needed some slip pockets.

Michael Miller Fabric Challenge


My Michael Miller Fabric Challenge Quilt!
This is a baby blanket size with a pattern I drew up myself.


All the fabrics used are Michael Miller
and this quilt is so soft. It has a wonderful 
drape and it hasn't even been washed yet. 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Shriner's Flower


This is a very simple pattern but I love how it looks with this material.


This is a Shriner's Hospital quilt and will be quilted by our guilds long-arm quilter.


Ready to go!


Lap Robes


It has been a while since I made lap robes for the 
nursing home so I wanted to get a few finished.


This lap robe turned out super cute, 
I used a piece of gold, some
 plaid  and scrap material  for this star quilt.
It went together real easy.


My helper.


This one is just two pieces of fabric with flannel sandwiched 
in the middle. I hope some gentleman will love it!


Saturday, May 24, 2014

Kyler's



I decide for Kyler I would make a quilt like my Grandma would have made,
 he would have been her 28th great grandchild (I think).When she passed away 
I took over for her in making baby quilts for all the babies born in our family.
 She used to hand cut all the blocks from old clothing. 


I used some older material I had and some from my mothers fabric closet.


I also did some chunky hand quilting, I still love an old fashion quilt!

Thursday, May 22, 2014

More Totes


Okay this is my last batch of totes for a long while!
I made these for someone to give as gifts and although I had a 
great time picking fabrics I would rather make quilts.


The close-up shows the different linings in each one.


The chevron bag is actually an upholstery material. I wasn't sure 
how it would hold up so although I wash and dry all the material
 for the totes I did this material twice, it held up very well.
I hope the giftees like theirs!


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Liam's Charm Squares Quilt Redux


I needed to make a fast baby quilt and found a great pattern by
Elizabeth Hartman , Charm Squares Quilt Redux


I did some simple straight line quilting and it is on the way to baby Liam.


This was a quick easy pattern and I will definitely use it again.


Monday, May 19, 2014

Cruzin' is going to Finland



This quilt has finally found a boy to keep warm! 
It is now on the way to Finland for sweet little Aaro.



As soon as I heard Riia and Veli were having another boy 
I new I was going to send this quilt.



Hope this keeps you warm Aaro!

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Trip Around the World with Chicopee

  
 

Juli Ann from the STLMQG made a quilt very similar to this and 
after getting her okay to copy hers this is what mine looks like. 
This quilt is a  Scrappy Trip Around the World 
using Denyse Schmidt's Chicopee Fabric. 


I put in a few rows of left over blocks to make a color splash on the back.


The binding is two sided.


Monday, March 17, 2014

Pips Quilt for Chenoa


Finally used some of my pips fabric, we have a new baby in the family.









Sunday, February 16, 2014

Riley Blake Challenge Quilt



Update: This quilt made the Top Ten in the Riley Blake Challenge! Very excited!


My Riley Blake Challenge Quilt.



I used a blue chevron for back.


I added a little color to the white binding.


Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Pillow Bomb 4th Installment



My last contribution to the Siteman Pillow Bomb, the final count for me  is 118.




The guild made 707 total!




These will be delivered to the Siteman Cancer Center on February 14th.




I enjoyed making these and hope they comfort the patients.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Macie and Brenda's Tote




My cousin Brenda wanted me to make her and her granddaughter tote bags.


I think they turned out nice!

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Pillow Bomb 3rd Installment


27 more pillows for the Siteman Cancer Center.


There is only a little more than a month left until we give them to the center.


My total is now 66!