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The girls’ quilts are done! My #3 and #4 girls share a room.  Although they are not twins, they were born in the same year.  Last year I decided to do their quilts in tandem so neither one of them would have to wait a whole year until theirs in done.  I did the same pattern but different colors for each girl.  One was pink with light green accents, and the other was dark purple with dark green accents.  It worked out beautifully and with my schedule it took about a year to do.   The pattern is...

So I finished the quilt finally.  Well, actually I still need to embroider the corners, but who knows when I’ll get to that!  Here are some pictures of the final product.   On the bed. Still need to embroider those corners!  Click here for my other post which chronicled this 3 year project. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1...

“To everything there is a season…a time to rend and a time to sew” (Ecc. 3:7) “My transgression is sealed up in a bag, and Thou sewest up mine iniquity.” (Job 14:17)   Finished Top It’s a work in progress!  The Log Cabin pattern is one of my favorites!  I’ve been working on this for about a year now.  One...

  A month ago I planned to sew together a gift to give to my parents who were coming for a visit near the time of their birthdays.  I also wanted to send with them home with a throw blanket for my grandma who is home-bound and whose birthday was also coming up.  The days clicked by, and my parents’ visit was suddenly upon me!  I had just...

Two years ago I made a butterfly quilt for my oldest daughter, Katie.  I had come up with the butterfly theme simply by watching her.  I was not thrilled about doing the typical girly patterns like hearts or flowers.  Those are easy to come by!  But butterflies were all over Katie at the time.  She had them on her shoes, her dresses, her coloring...