12/30/11

2011 Quilts


New Years Eve challenge quilt with Quilters Hollow
Scratch to Finish


Blue Jewel Box
Machine quilting & binding


Red, White & Black back


Red, White & Black
Sashing, borders, machine quilting & binding


Heart Quilt
Machine quilting & binding


Thimbleberries Neighborhood Charity Quilt
for breast cancer awareness
blocks are from my TBLovers2 group
Church,trees, picket fence, borders, machine quilting & binding



 


 



Scripture Quillows For my Brother-in-Law
Scriptures embroidered, blocks and tops machine pieced & machine quilted



Ovarian & Breast Cancer Memory Quilt
Back pieced, machine quilting & binding


back


Thimbleberries 3's company BOM
Friend machine quilted & I bound it


Mostly Red, White & Blue
Hand Quilting & binding


Gift to a friend
Ducks and Ducklings
Scratch to Finish
(sorry no finished picture)


Thimbleberries "A Tisket, A Tasket" design by Bunny Hills
Hand applique' blocks 3-12, sashing, border, hand quilting & binding


Thimbleberries "Safe Haven"
Scratch to Finish


LRH Comfort Quilt for Carol
Machine embroidered Scripture block, machine quilting & binding
(sorry no finished picture)


Thimbleberries HOF and lottery blocks for Brady
HOF blocks made my TBLovers2  and most of the necktie blocks
remaining blocks, top & machine quilting


LRH Challenge Quilt
Scratch to finish


Mary's Quilt
machine quilting & binding


Mary's Quilt
Machine quilting & Binding


Mary's Quilt
Machine quilting & Binding


Mary's Quilt
Machine quilting & Binding


Table Topper
finish top, machine quilting & binding

One other scripture quilt for a dear friend.
(no picture)

Her life verse is

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in Heaven.
Matthew 5:16 


1 comment:

Lynnie said...

WOW! You have been very busy creating some beautiful quilts!! I hope to up my number this coming year. Consider checking my blog out and maybe joining us on the WIP'D challenge throughout the year. I would love to have you share as you complete a project .. it would be very encouraging as a quilter!