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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Beach Bags

Amy's sewing machine has been in the shop for repairs for more than 2 weeks and she is dying of quilting withdrawal!  In the meantime, using Hana's machine, we have begun making lots of beach bags as summer gifts!  Take a peek.





Friday, May 15, 2015

Totes

A quick tote bag for a friend!!  She asked for a tote bag and she got it the same day!  I used store-bought handles to make it a bit more elegant.  The bag is great for sunglasses, bottle of water (in this case, she likes iced tea), and an ipad.  Enjoy!


Tuesday, May 5, 2015

It's a Girl!

Amy's daughter had a beautiful little girl this week!  She is delicate and sweet and all is well with mother and daughter!

Here is the cute carriage quilt that Amy made for her.  After all, she needs a quilt from her savta, for coming home from the hospital!

The quilt is made up of 3 inch squares, measures about 24 X 36 inches and is 100% cotton.


Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Blue Mountains

This is my first attempt at trying the majestic mountains pattern that Hana used for her wall hanging.  It's a fun pattern and so easy! This quilt is the size of a baby carriage quilt.


Sunday, April 19, 2015

Overnight Bag

Our daughter is expecting a girl!  Doesn't every little girl, no matter how small, deserve her own overnight bag?  Take a look at this!

The pattern for this bag is by Jean Nolte, taken from Fons and Porter's Fun Quilts, Summer 2007. 


Friday, April 10, 2015

Greens and Browns

My daughter and her husband bought a new rug for one of the bedrooms in her apartment.  She  told me that she wants to emphasize the green and wants to get matching curtains in green.  So I went directly to work!  Here is the decorative couch quilt that I made for that room!  The quilt measures 42 X 60 inches.


Tuesday, April 7, 2015

French Braid Quilts

Our friend Malki just completed this exquisite french braid quilt.  She says she was inspired by an exhibit of french braid quilts that she saw in a quilting shop in Nova Scotia, where she bought the book French Braid Quilts by Jane Hardy Miller with Arlene Netten, which provided her with the design for this beautiful work of art!

Malki obviously loves bright colors!  The final product is well worth the painstaking work that went into it!