I had a special request for a purple owl baby quilt. Here is what I came up with.
Made this quilt for a very special friend’s expected baby. Made with sea-inspired fabrics.
These are the quilts that I’ve made to donate to Project Linus, Turning Points Network and TLC this year through my quilt guild, Soo-Nipi Quilters Guild. This was done using a mystery quilt pattern provided by the quild.
This quilt was made especially for our newest grandson, Leon. I finished it just in time for the baby shower this weekend. Pattern is called Weathervane by Sherri McConnell
This is a baby quilt for a friend who loves horses. She told me she was using blues and grays for her baby room – so I thought this would work well. The name of the pattern for the horse is Hipster Horses (designed by Lorna McMahon of Sew Fresh Quilts.
Sometimes its fun to start and finish a project all in the same day. Piecing, borders, quilting, trimming to size and binding. These are Charity Quilts intending for little ones. I used an easy machine sewn binding method, tried out a new scalloped/straight stitch quilting ruler and used up fabric from my stash. All good […]
Practicing my free motion quilting with rulers and without while making baby quilts for the SooNipi Quilters Guild charity project. This one was fast and fun. I finished it while at the Great Cape Escape quilters retreat. When you do lots of quilting on busy fabrics it’s called “quilting for God”.
I am hoping to make a few baby quilts this year to donate to charity. This is the first one made from a charm pack of beautiful fabrics.