Sunday, December 16, 2012
This is a wool quilt that was started several years ago. The blocks were done I just had to quilt it and bind it. Once a upon a time there were 6 of us girls that got together once a month to stitch and talk. This was a round robin. They all did there's in cotton and I did mine in wool. I was just getting into wool at that time. I think I started it with the house, barn, deer, tree and star block. I'm going to try and get these girls together again to see if they remember which block they did.
This is a Let's Strtip It block that I made into a baby quilt. I taughter this class at my Perryville Guild and the ladys made such different quilt with the block.
This quilt I made for my friend Tina for her Birthday.
This one was made out of strip homespun fabric. It was easy and fun and would make a good quilt for a boy.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Thursday, October 18, 2012
He's #1 because he was my first born Grandson. They are all #1 in my heart. These pillow's match his quilt that I made, and gave to him a couple months ago.I had them wraped in plastic before I thought I would take a picture of them. He will be in St. Louis this week-end for the Green Bay game. They are playing you know who.
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Changed again and sang Hot Leg's while he kicked the soccer ball. My first time to see Rod was in St. Louis in the round and the next time I want to be in the front row. He does such a great show. The Millwakee fans all sang with every song.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
That is my son Steve, me, and his wife Tammy. That is the quilt I made them for there new bed and new house. Steve had a Birthday July 9th. He is 43. This is the only picture I could find of him except on a tractor. One of these days I'm going to get the old pictures out so I can put on the one of Steve in shorts and cowboy boots.
I had the rug hooking done on this Santa rug but I had to do the binding on it. It is ready for Christmas 2012.
Here are some pictures of finished projects. I finished the Rug hooking for the box at our Girls Night Inn week-end in June. I glued it in the box a couple weeks ago.
This quilt turned out wonderful. The small churn dash blocks were exchange blocks between 6 of my quilt friends that would meet once a month at each others house. The blocks have been done for several years and I have been working on getting those quilts put together.
This quilt top was put together at this years Ky. Lake get together in March. It was for my daughter Barb. Then we thought it would look great on her oldest, Chris, love seat. It is a lap size.