Sunday, November 28, 2010


The Americana quilt I made as a "door prize" for my Blue Star Mothers group, the orange green one is my current UFO, I had to take a picture to remember how to sew it once I get that far. There are applique leaves that go on the blocks - I have them ironed on, now need to sew them and then sew the blocks together. The blue and purple one I made for me to keep at work, since you can never tell what the temperature is going to be in the office and they don't want us to use heaters. It has cute quilter sayings - fabric that was printed up from http://blockpartystudios.com/








Saturday, August 7, 2010











Boy - I just can't get the hang of blogging. I'm quilting though! One for Matt and Amy (Irish Blessing) and one for someone (Color Blocks)One for Julie (Proud to be a Patriot) One for Yvonne (Ribbons of Hope) .

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

New quilt for sister-in-law

Made this one for Tina - disappearing 9-patch.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Intern Quilts






I made a "Harry Potter" quilt for my daughter's boyfriend for Christmas - but didn't get a picture once I had finished it.
I made these two black, red and white ones for Jen and Kathryn = interns who graduated from Northeastern in January.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Quilts for Kids




I finished up two and sent them off for the Quilt for Kids charity.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Still Sewing




Not a lot of time for blogging - but still quilting. These are 3 of my California nephews and nieces with their quilts and the wonky star quilt I made for our office intern when she graduated from Northeastern.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Keeping Busy







Well, I thought that I would try to blog a little more often - doesn't seem to happen though. Over Christmas, I made a Christmas quilt to have in the living room. And then an office mate had a littel boy, so I made a 2 sided flannel quilt with teddy bears and lions. Currently working on 2 quilts for our interns that have graduated from Northeastern, so they are red and black. Hope to finish them up next weekend.