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Gallery 11:

 #45.  Absolute Beginners Quilts -- January, 2004 -- A series of quilts designed for beginners.  It took a while to get all of them done, but actually not as long as I thought, since they were so easy and quick! 

Fine-Toothed Comb
called Fine-Toothed Comb

Blue Winter
called Blue Winter---brrrrrr!

Big Block
called Big Block - done in Christmas fabrics

Mine Shaft
called Mine Shaft


called Sweet Baby

#46.  LeAnn's Pups N' Pails -- January, 2004 -- Scott Weaver drew all the blocks for this quilt.  He's quite an artist!  LeAnn designed the quilt and I helped make some of the blocks for her.  This pattern is currently her block of the month that you can subscribe to on her website www.justquiltit.comPerfect for a boy's room!

Pups N Pails, copyright Scott Weaver, 2004
Pups N' Pails, copyright 2004 Scott L. Weaver

Pups N Pails, copyright 2004 Scott Weaver
This is one of the blocks that I appliquéd for her (Bloodhound)

#47. Another Short N' Scrappy -- Decisions/Decisions II -- April, 2004 -- This was so much fun the first time I made it, I just had to do it again!  I bought all new fabrics this time, and it looks and feels elegant.  

Decisions/Decisions II

 The girls at C & C Quilting in Jenks, Okla., machine quilted it for me with a very elegant swirly meandering pattern.  Here's a closer view:

Machine Quilting by C & C Quilting

I made a label for the quilt back using MSWord and pretreated fabric.  I used the image of the pattern of the quilt and used a text box in the center for all the information, and stitched it on the back.  Might use this method from now on.  It was very easy and quick!

Label on Back

 

These are just some of many, of course.  We will be adding more as time goes by, so check back often.  Thanks for your time!!

Archive:  
Gallery 1 -
Warren Peacock Quilt, Bayer Schoolhouse Quilt, Jantz Giant Dahlia Quilt, Bradford Raffle Quilt, Eden Broken Star Quilt, Frankenstein Quilt
Gallery 2 -
Simply Amish Wall Hanging, House Hunting Wall Hanging, Warren Ascot Adventure, Ozark Mountain Night Quilt, My Stars & Bars Quilt Top, Easy Eights Wall Hanging
Gallery 3 -
Quilters' Alphabet Wall Hanging, Proud Mamas Crib Quilt, Eden Twilling Quilt, Grandma's Buttons Lap Quilt, Shadow Quilt Top
Gallery 4 -
Nite-Nite Express, Diana Sheldon's Simple Scrappy WH, Diana's 9-Patch Wonder, Eden Broken Star Quilt 2002
Gallery 5 -
Homeland Pride Mystery Quilt, Winsome Wildflowers, Simple Scrappy Pleasures
Gallery 6 - Basket Luncheon Set, The UNMENTIONABLE Quilt, The Baby Nickel Cobblestone
Gallery 7 - Claudia's Nickel Cobblestone, Jungle Lone Star, Kenny's Nite-Nite Baby Express
Gallery 8 - Thirteen Flowers, Blake's Nite-Nite Express, Bird Hunting, LeAnn's Nite-Nite Baby Express
Gallery 9 - Pretty-Boy Peacocks, Short n' Scrappy Plaid Mad, Short n' Scrappy Decisions/Decisions
Gallery 10 - Penguins Play, Appliquéd Vase of Flowers, Short n' Scrappy Picture Frame, Batik Lone Star, Short n' Scrappy Series, Toy Box Baby Quilt, Bandana Quilt

 

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