Today I spent a few minutes looking back at the quilts that I have made,
since first starting my quilting adventure.
I started out with my first quilt
in the fall of 2013.
My goal was to make quilts for our two granddaughters
and our daughter for Christmas.
Abbey loves horses.
My second quilt was for Lucy.
Lucy is a happy little girl,
that loves everything :)
My third quilt was for our daughter.
She is into yoga, nature and being happy.
She loves bright and cheerful colors.
Next #4 was a quilt for my sailing hubby, Steve.
#5 was my first "quilt as you go" quilt.
#6 a fun quilt made from the scraps
that where leftover from the 5 quilts before this one.
Hexies are a great way to use up your scraps :)
#7 Sunbonnet Sue.
#8 was inspired by scraps left
from the legs of an old pair of jeans
and the red and blue star print given to me
by my neighbor's sweet daughter.
It was so much fun to make.
I used stencils and paint on the denim,
and just had fun with the stitches :)
Well, that is the extent of my finished quilts.
I do have two that I have started and put away on the shelf,
to enjoy the early spring weather
that has come our way.
Well, I hope that I didn't bore you . . .
with this post.
I'm outside getting my hands dirty,
in the sweet warm earth,
instead of staying inside sewing.
Have a wonderful day
Enjoy it no matter what weather
you are experiencing.
Your blogging sister,