Category Archive: finished quilts

Skylar’s skyline quilt

My original design for Fiona’s skyline quilt included gray buildings and a black printed sky. But a monochromatic color scheme didn’t seem very appropriate for a baby (at the time), and I fell… Continue reading

Pinkscape

I’m continuing playing with the Simply Color line of fabrics by making a trio of mini quilts for display at Rock Paper Scissors. First up is Pinkscape, which features 4″ squares of the… Continue reading

Miles’s quilt, finally finished

I first picked out the tutorial and the fabric for Miles’s quilt last January, almost a year ago. It’s a little embarrassing that it took me this long to finish, but I finally… Continue reading

Mom’s Christmas quilt

I bought some text fabric from Violet Craft’s Madrona Road line with the intention of saving it for a special project. I had already started a quilt to make for my mother for… Continue reading

The Skyline Quilt

Ok, enough teasing. Here is the finished mystery quilt, made for my sister and her daughter, who is due to join us in just two weeks. I’m including some blurry camera phone pictures… Continue reading

A quilt for a new niece

I had to wait until my sister’s shower was over to show off this snowball quilt for a little girl due in September. I love pink and yellow, and I had fun making… Continue reading

Hazel’s quilt

I loved this fabric long before I had a quilt design (or recipient) for it. When we found out that friends were keeping the sex of their May baby a secret, I found… Continue reading

Two new baby quilts

Since my last post, I’ve been busy making a few commissions from my lovely grandmother, who turned 85 in March. She usually knits baby blankets, but her arthritis has been a problem and… Continue reading

The Candy Quilt

This quilt marked a huge milestone for me. It was my tenth, finished right around 6 months from when I first took sewing lessons and took off piecing, layering and binding. I started… Continue reading