Monthly Archives: August 2012

Another Scrappy Child’s Quilt

I recently finished this scrappy child’s quilt.  It is machine pieced and quilted.  It measures 38 in X 50 in.  I gave it to a colleague for his grandchildren to use. Here are some photos to show some of the … Continue reading

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Old Log Cabin Quilt

Here’s the other quilt my paternal grandmother made.  It isn’t dated as the autograph one was, but I think it must have been pieced in the mid-to-late 1960’s as the other one was.  It was was quilted by my mother … Continue reading

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Two WIPs

I have two projects I am currently working on.  One is another scrappy child’s quilt.   This one is for a colleague who saw another one I had done.  It will be used for his grandchildren.  I pieced twelve 11 in … Continue reading

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Two Pairs of Fingerless Mittens

Here are two different pair of fingerless mittens I recently finished knitting using “left-over” yarn from other projects.  I think they might make nice gifts, especially since we all love to text/etc with our smart phones these days.    I … Continue reading

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Country Garden Small Quilt

This small quilt (12 in X 12 in) was made for the ALQS7.  It is mostly machine pieced with a few small pieces hand appliqued (the center of each flower and the side triangles on the right).  It is machine … Continue reading

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