This is my version of the Orca Bay Mystery quilt by Bonnie Hunter from Quiltville. I made half of the number of pieces suggested for a twin size quilt. It will be a gift to a family member. It was lovely machine quilt by Linda from: https://www.facebook.com/LindasBitsNPiecesQuilting/
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
The last finish of 2018 was this Dresden Flower quilt. It was a lot of experimentation for me. I did the quilt on my embroidery machine and I quilted before I did applique the Dresdens. I planned to make it a little bigger; but I did accidently cut the curved pieces smaller than I planned on paper. The measure twice and cut once did not came in play here. But it was serendipity because I like it better this way; and it was easier to quilt.
The gorgeous Dresdens were made by my bee, the Cotton Pickin Bee, as a challenge in 2018. We decided on the colors for the Dresdens; but the rest was up to each person. The Dresdens were hand appliqued on the quilted top.
I will take a picture of the complete quilt soon. It is a remodeling zone here; and the mess is too much to document in pictures.
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Tuesday, December 25, 2018
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
These lovely blocks were made for me by my Bee - TCPBee. I provided the Tilda fabrics and they made the blocks using only the fabrics provided. I put them on my design wall in the order that I took them from the box. It is my challenge now to finish this quilt in 2019. Fingers crossed here.
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Lisa Bongean is starting a new BOM called Moon Garden. It will be 12 baskets. Block size about 16" -17" light wool on dark cotton background. the pattern will be free for a month; until she publishes the new one. She will have all kinds of kits for sale. Check it out at her blog or facebook.
This is my version of the Orca Bay Mystery quilt by Bonnie Hunter from Quiltville. I made half of the number of pieces suggested for a twin...