Even in these near 100 degree summer days, there is always a quilt on our bed, every bed.
I have made every quilt and each one has a personality and a memory. This quilt was made at our mini-group's retreat. We made one for the Cancer Center's Quilt Auction and one for ourselves.
We swap fabric. I can look at this quilt and think "Elly shared this fabric" and "Irene showed me how to square this up" and "Kay helped me pick fabric".........and everyone helped me agonize over block placement!
Missy, gives this quilt (and any other she can curl up on) her approval. There is something about cats and quilts that go together and bring out the 'ahhhhh' factor in me.
This quilt is "Maggie's" quilt. It sits on our window seat where she likes to doze. It doesn't belong anyplace else.
Here is is unfolded
....all those great Moda fabrics.
The quilt on the left is one of the ones I will have for sale on etsy when I get my act together. I have three that will be for sale, and I don't know whether to have a separate shop on etsy for them, or to include them with the purses and writstlets.
I have a soft spot for this quilt. I saw a Feathered Star Quilt at a show in Folsom and fell in love with it. I knew the only way I would have one would be to make it myself. What a challenge, but I think it is my best work.
Someday, I will post more about my quilts. To see more you can go to my Flickr Photostream. Quilts in my home and some still in progress. The bags and wristlets I make have all been photographed to upload into my shop at etsy. So they are there too. If you do go...take some time to look at the comments from others and look at their work especially Ann Stewart's page. Follow the trail from one quilter to another and time just flys by.
See you when you get back!:)