• Projects


    This cute little runner came from a pattern and kit from the Ginger Quilter Box. This was my first time being successful with curved piecing. What you may not be able to see, the background fabric has little lemons. Related Images:

  • In Progress

    Posey Pops

    This quilt is coming along nicely. Lots of half-square triangles though. 340 of them!! But they are all done and trimmed so now all I have to do is put 19 blocks together. You can see that my desk is a mess in the background – I haven’t cleaned it up in a while and things just keep getting piled up on there. I have a small area cleared out for cutting and that is about it… lol – the typical life of a quilter – too much stuff, not enough space! Related Images:

  • Completed

    Fleur-de-lis Flourish

    This quilt was one of my first appliqued quilts. I still really do not like applique (machine or hand), but the way my friend Jo-Anne taught me, makes it a little bearable by hand. The applique pattern is from Sue Garmen. The fabric is a line from French General – French General Favorites. It has small Fleur-de-lis all throughout the fabric – I felt it was perfect for the quilt. Being in Hawaii influenced my quilting style, as did being around my quilt bee group, the Sassy S&B (stitch and bitch) Quilters. I probably would have never tried this quilt without the support of those ladies, especially Jo-Anne – thank…

  • Completed

    Lucky Stars

    For throwback Thursday, I am sharing a quilt that I made about 19 years ago. It is the setting of one of my most favorite photos of my daughter when she was a baby. The fabrics are various Moda Marbles in pastels. I was part of an online quilting group. We had a birthday FQ exchange where we sent a FQ of the person’s choice. I didn’t know if I was having a boy or a girl but something told me that I wanted to use these fabrics for a baby quilt. The pattern is Lucky Stars by Atkinson Designs. A good friend of mine quilted it for me as…