Friday, December 13, 2013

Quatrefoil in Solids for the Hope Circle of do. Good Stitches

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 I finally finished this quilt from January. It is such a happy quilt. Everyone in the circle did a fantastic job with their blocks. Thanks to the members of the Hope Circle.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Garden Lattice for the Hope Circle of do. Good Stitches

Hope Circle November 2012 Quilt
Hope Circle November 2012 Quilt

Made by the members of the Hope Circle of do. Good Stitches. We used this tutorial from Stitchery Dickory Dock.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Pinwheel Wedding Quilt

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Front - I used p.s. I Quilt's pinwheel sampler quiltalong to make this.  I wanted it longer, so I added the squares at the top and bottom.  I used Denyse Schmidt's Hope Valley line of fabric.

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Back

Thursday, September 13, 2012

I Spy Baby Quilt

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for the awfully handsome Michael Francis.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Rainbow Baby

Rainbow Zost Quilt

Inspired by this quilt - http://www.believemagic.com/journal/?p=856.  I changed a couple of the colors around and just loopy quilted it.  The backing is some fabric from my stash.  For a baby girl due in July 2012.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Isis

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Quilt by the El
A Quilt for a soon to be 11 year old named Isis in the Wrapped in Hope project with Margaret's Hope Chest. Isis likes pink, soccer and peace signs. I hope she loves her new quilt.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Quilt Festival

Purple-Lavender Quilt
Hi and welcome! The quilt pictured is one that I made for the Wrapped in Hope part of Margaret's Hope Chest. Wrapped in Hope donates quilts to children who have a parent in prison. The quilt is sent as a gift from that parent. I chose a girl who was turning 16 and likes purple and lavender. I wanted to make something that she would love forever and thought through a lot of options. I saw these pictures on Two Dogs and a Quilt (http://twodogsandaquilt.blogspot.com/2011/03/infinite-variety.html) and decided to do something in solids and use one of the patterns. I used the design in the bottom picture at the very bottom (the entire quilt isn't even showing). Once finished, I had a long-arm quilter do the quilting since it turned out too big for me to be able to handle.

I forgot to take a picture of the back, but it is an ikat fabric with greens and grays. The binding is gray to work with the back and it also worked well with the purples, etc.

I really enjoyed making the quilt and hope that the recipient loves it.

ps. I found an error in my piecing after putting the top together. Hopefully, it isn't too noticable :)

Thanks to Amy for hosting the Quilt Festival again. I love to see everyone's work.
Amy'sCreativeSide