A group quilt BOM with Cheney Frayed Edges. Is was a great idea to keep us all together during the COVID shutdown. A great group of ladies.
Chance to use my Jinny Beyer fabric collection. Made at Gail King’s retreat. This quilt just developed as I was making the blocks then it took on its own…
Loved enjoying the challenge to do an edge-to-edge design.
My husband and I go to the Oregon Coast every year and I had found a pattern in a magazine and he actually helped me pick out all the fabrics. So this quilt is actually referred to as the coast quilt.
Designed as a block of the month. I used a pattern and chose my own colors.
Adapted from a block of the month. I chose my own colors and modified to king size.
My COVID quilt. Bright colors at a gloomy time.
I work in healthcare and this pattern came in my email shortly after COVID hit. I didn’t think I had enough solids, but after searching, I did. The border is mine, pinwheels spinning out of control, just as we were at the time.
When I lived on a dairy farm with all Holstein (black & white) cows and one very gentle, placid Brown Swiss named Cindy, it was love at first sight. When I saw this pattern, I knew Cindy would live in the house!
I love small & miniature quilts, so had to try this when making samples for teaching a FPP class. The blues in the blocks were scraps given to me by my dear friend and second mom, Sharron. Doubly special.