Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tumbling stars label

Readers will probably remember I am label averse.  It’s always the last thing I tackle and usually only when a show requires it.  But I got up Sunday morning and suddenly an idea of how to use a left-over star … Continue reading

Posted in quilting, tumbling stars | Tagged , | 9 Comments

Tessellating buzzsaw

When I posted about my first buzzsaw, I said I didn’t have the mental stamina to do a scrappy one.  To be more accurate, I had tessellating in mind.  Then after finishing the original one, I decided to cut a … Continue reading

Posted in buzzsaw, quilting, tessellations | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

Scrappy bargello donation quilt

When I saw this scrappy bargello by Jane at Sew Create It, I knew I had to make one.  I had been saving 3″ scraps after making and loving my first leader-ender.  It would have been a lot easier to … Continue reading

Posted in bargello, community service quilts, leader-ender, quilting | Tagged , , , , | 8 Comments

Mourning Jules progress

The last three heart rows have been added for a full heart design.  Only three rows to go and then the border which I am going to attach by machine.  When I started hand piecing this quilt I did not … Continue reading

Posted in family and friends, grief quilt, hand piecing, quilting | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments