(This blog was started over 2 years ago. I am now fully settled and have saved a blank wall in my house all this time for this quilt. So grateful to be finished finally! Here is the blog as originally written. ) I have moved! I am living in a small apartment right now waiting … Continue reading Color Wheel Dutch Rose Quilt Block Wall Hanging
Lucky stars above you, Sunshine on your way, Many friends to love you, Joy in work and play, Laughter to outweigh each care, In your heart a song, And gladness waiting everywhere all your whole life long! Joy and peace surround you, Contentment latch your door, and happiness be with you now and bless you … Continue reading Celtic Wall Hanging
I have been loving the buffalo plaid that is so popular this year. I wanted to use some in my Christmas decorating but didn't have time to make something from scratch. So I ordered a set of 100% Cotton Crossweave Woven Plaid Placemats from Amazon (link) and embroidered a winter scene on each one that … Continue reading Winter Scene Placemats
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