22 November 2008

7



This spring I put together a white quilt, snowwhite - as a backdrop for smaller quilts I had yet to make. Today I counted my smaller wall quilts: I have made seven this year and they are all handquilted. Again, thanks to Tonya for her tutorial on handquilting fans!!! I am a happy quilter ;)




From left to right you can have a glimpse of tea for two , my spring 4SQS (made a copy for myself in other colors), my maverick stars, more maverick stars, square in a square, halloween I and halloween II


Here is a picture of my 4SQS that I made for myself:



A picture of my finished cherrwood maverick stars:





My halloween II with binding. I struggled a bit to find the right fabric for binding at first. This one has tiny flowers on it, and is very cute....



Another little finish. Earlier I posted about how I was playing with my Amy Butler charm pack. I put these blocks aside for a while. Finally I took my seamripper and undid all but three of the blocks. Two of them ended up as a little tablerunner. I am happy with this, just love the colors!!!
Enjoy your weekend and hope you all have time for some stitching....

6 comments:

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

they are all beautiful and your quilting is marvelous.

True Blue Nana said...

I love your cherrywood maverick stars. I am going to ask for some cherrywood fabric vor Christmas. I am also going to attempt to learn hand quilting in the new year.

Diane said...

Lovely quilts, all!

Clare said...

Love those stars and beautiful quilting.

Karen said...

Seven wonderful wall quilts. :)

Janet said...

You have made some lovely quilts! I really like the cherrywood star quilt. Your baptist fan quilting is marvelous! What is cherrywood fabric?