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

The Canadian quilt

A friend came to me with a map-print fabric for a nephew due in May, asking for me to work it into a quilt. The parents-to-be live near Toronto, and I thought it… Continue reading

Black and white and pink all over

The French quilt was such a success that my sister-in-law asked me to make another pink and black quilt for another baby girl. I wasn’t in love with the fabric when I started,… Continue reading

Quilts Flickr set

quilts, a set on Flickr.

More pictures of the French quilt

Apparently I took a bunch of good pictures when I finished and completely forgot about it. I am not usually a big fan of pink, but my client asked for pink and black,… Continue reading

What I’ve been working on

Well, it seems I didn’t post for the whole month of February. I was just a little busy, what with the kids and the quilting and deciding to sell our house. Anyway, long… Continue reading

The black and white quilt

My new hobby is officially an obsession. Here’s a baby quilt I made for a new arrival, due in the next three weeks or so, gender unknown. My kids just loved black and… Continue reading

A purple quilt for baby Esther

After finishing my first two quilts, I started a complicated, time-consuming project, the Off Track pattern from Cluck Cluck Sew. Just the cutting took three days of work (a day’s work is a… Continue reading