Showing posts from August, 2017

Giveaway Quilt By Linda H.

Linda H just completed this quilt to give to a friend, she said the Hourglass blocks went together quickly. I'm sure the recipient will love it! I really like the bright colours.

Quilt Top #20

When Linda H and Audrey were here in June, we started working on these blocks. I've got my quilt top assembled, Audrey is still working on hers and Linda has put her blocks away for now. I got the idea from a picture of a quilt that I saw somewhere on the internet, I don't know who to give credit for the design. What kind of quilting should I do on this one? I'll have to figure it out before our next quilting retreat at the end of September.

Pansy Garden By Linda H.

Linda H made this quilt, "Pansy Garden" in 2016 but the binding wasn't completed until this year. Linda said that she had one metre of the red pansy fabric and every bit of it was used in the centre of each Anvil block.

Throwback Thursday; Woodland Clover

This quilt was at the cabin for a few years, I brought it home this summer to trade it with a different one. The pattern is "Woodland Clover" from the book "More Nickel Quilts" by Pat Speth. I made the quilt in 2006. It's interesting to see the difference in my quilting from then to now, I used lots of stippling and meandering back then, I'm a little more adventurous now. I'll have to fold the quilt a different way next time, I see it has a fold line in the middle.

Ugly Afghan

I started this Corner to Corner crocheted afghan last summer when I was on vacation and recently finished it. The colour combination doesn't look that great, I was using up leftover yarn. On the plus side, the afghan is extremely comfy to cover up with. It doesn't have big open spaces like other crocheted patterns, it's nice and thick. It may not be a beauty but will get constantly used.

Under The Sea By Linda H.

Linda H just completed this masterpiece, "Under The Sea" as a gift for her son-in-law. Linda designed the layout of the quilt and most of the fish blocks, only a few were from patterns. It took a great deal of figuring to get everything to fit together, Linda would lie awake at night, planning on what to do next. At one point, I had to mail a piece of the light blue background fabric to Linda because she was running out, I happened to have some in my stash. Linda finished the quilt in time to give it to Gavin and Sarah when they came to visit, it was received with great delight.