"She seeks wool & flax, And works willingly with her hands" ~ Proverbs 31:13

January 26, 2012

In Review {10 Months of Stitches}

Last night I was asked how many quilts I've done since I began quilting.  Thought it would be interesting to do a little review of all the projects from the last 10 months of dedicated sewing and quilting. Hope you enjoy the picture show.


1. Autographed Memory Quilt (March 2011)
blogged about here

2. Red, White & Blue Patriotic Quilt (June 2011)

3. Bears Baby Blanket Quilt (July 2011)

4. Quilted and bound this former WIP (Work In Progress)
Wall Hanging/Table Topper (July 2011)

5. Flannel & Chenille Baby Quilt (August 2011)

6. Pieced this Quilt soon to be tablecloth
but it's currently in the WIP pile waiting to be quilted & bound
(Started in August 2011)
7. Sock Monkey and Sock Monkey Baby Blanket.
Hand-Tied Brushed Flannel with Satin Binding,
(August 2011)

8. Happy Little Monkeys Baby Blanket
Hand-Tied Brushed Flannel with Satin Binding
(September 2011)

9. Sock Monkeys in Blue Baby Blanket
Hand-Tied Brushed Flannel with Satin Binding
(September 2011)

10. Jungle Babies Baby Blanket
Hand-Tied Brushed Flannel with Satin Binding
(September 2011)

11. Custom Made Laura Ashley Dress
(September 2011)

12. Custom Made Baby Doll Top
(September 2011)

13. Opal Owls
Assisted with piecing. Quilted & Bound.
(October 2011)
14. Opal Owls Matching Pillow
(October 2011)

15. Opal Owls Matching Bag
(October 2011)

16. Birthday Surprise Quilt  (November 2011)
blogged about here and here

17. Stars in Blue (November 2011)
blogged about here and here and finally here

18. Embroidery Fall Pumpkin Dish Towel (November 2011)
blogged about here

19. Musical Table Topper (November 2011)
blogged about here
20. Personalized Train Baby Quilt
Flannel (December 2011)
blogged about here 

21. Quilted and Bound this already pieced quilt top
(December 2011)
blogged about here


22. Winter Twitterings Redwork Embroidery Quilt
Obviously still a WIP
(Began August 2011)
blogged about here

23. Curtain to cover back of 6' Cubby, being used as a room divider
(December 2011)

24. 8-1/2 ' Curtains to cover storage area floor to ceiling.
(December 2011)

25. Framed the main block from  Winter Twitterings
For a White Elephant gift exchange
(Framed December 2011)
blogged about here and here

26. One of Two Big Chunk (6") Pin Cushion
Filled with Crushed Walnut Shells
(December 2011)
blogged about here
27. Second Big Chunk Pin Cushion
Filled with Crushed Walnut Shells
(December 2011)


28. 14 count crayon Roll up.
Made a total of 6
(December 2011)
blogged about here


29. Summer Breeze Trellis
The Next Iron Quilter Challenge (finished 7th place)
For the challenge the border had not yet been added.
(December 2011)
blogged about here and here and here
30. 24 count Crayon Rollup
(January 2012)
blogged about here

31. Customized Baseball T-shirt Quilt
(January 2012)
blogged about here and here

A Few More WIP {Works in Progress} that were all started in the last 10 months.

32. Applique Mini Fall Quilt
(Started August 2011)


33. Grand Central Station Quilt - Pattern by Swirly Girls
Sadly the camera plays tricks with the colors its golds, oranges and deep green
(Started August 2011)

34. Play mat - Hand Quilting around the road, tracks and buildings.
(Started July 2011)

 Wow that's a lot of projects and quilts for 10 months! I enjoyed working on each of them and I love every single one of them! I am greatly blessed to be able to say that I LOVE my career!!!

Praising the Lord!
Marcia
Little Pink Rose

8 comments:

  1. These are all lovely. You have been working very hard. It's easy when sewing and quilting is in your blood, isn't it? Do you make your own satin binding or buy it pre-made?

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    1. Hi Michelle!

      Sewing and quilting is definitely in my blood!!
      For the satin binding I use the pre-made binding. The best source I've found for it is www.fabric.com tends to be more than a dollar less per package than it is at places like JoAnn's.

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  2. Oh my! You have been super busy - beautiful work!

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    1. Thank you! I love staying busy and being creative in my sewing studio!!

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  3. Impressive! That is quite the tally for such a short period of time. Welcome to the world of quilting.

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    1. Thanks Deanna! My sweet husband would tell you that, you can hardly find me without some kind of project in my hands. Sewing is really when I'm the happiest and most content.

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  4. Love your work! May I ask what fabric you used for the border of the Summer Breeze Trellis quilt?

    Joanne dentonj@shaw.ca

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    1. Thanks Joanne! The border for the Summer Breeze Trellis is a tonal blue from JoAnn's. I think it's from the Keepsake Calico's that they carry, but I'm not 100% sure on that. Sadly the selvedge edge doesn't contain that information.

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