By Rosetta Underwood. This pre-1930's reproduction fabric designed throw is made with a block of the month pattern featured on the Academic Quilter website. The Squared Away quilt is designed using 10 inch blocks made with squares, rectangles, and half-square triangles. Angela's blog is "soscrappy". I made three each of 10 of her patterns for … Continue reading Reproduction Fabric Throw
By Rosetta Underwood. The winter bear is standing outside looking in the window hoping for cookies. This is a paper piecing pattern designed by Sonja Calloghan, from British Columbia, Canada. The pattern was printed in Quiltmaker Magazine's November/December '12 No.148 issue. I am going to give this wall hanging quilt to my granddaughter who teaches … Continue reading Peeking Polar Bear Wall Hanging
How cute are these gnomes? I saw them on embroidery library and knew I had to make something with them. https://www.emblibrary.com/EL/Products.aspx?Catalog=Emblibrary&ProductID=M26112 I also got to practice my swirl quilting. Not perfect but getting better.
My sisters youngest son has now graduated from high school! We must be getting old. I wanted to make him a throw for his graduation and started on it almost a year in advance. I thought I would get it done early and put it away for his graduation. As it turned out I was … Continue reading Mariners Compass Throw
I have made so many of these silk edged baby blankets! My son loved his so much! He carried them everywhere and always went to sleep with one. I gave many away as shower gifts and several of those children loved theirs as well. I gave one to a dear boy who went to church … Continue reading Silk Edged Baby Blanket
I have seen a few projects made with triangles and wanted to give it a try. After cutting 6 inch strips of fabric. I used the 60 degree line on my ruler to cut my triangles. Then I layed them out the way I wanted using 13 triangles and 2 half triangles on each side. … Continue reading Triangle Table Runner
I have a friend who works at a daycare for ages 6 weeks and up. They were in need of several bibs and preferred the kind that is pulled over the child's head. I made my own pattern out of freezer paper, but you can use any kind of paper you have on hand. Take … Continue reading Pullover Baby Bibs