Potholders…different themes: cats, dogs, coffee, and holiday!
Potholders were the handmade gift for Christmas 2016!
Got this fabric at amazing deal while up in Sholow for quilt camp! Benartex fabric and pattern. Have enough fabric to make a second quilt…just need to decide on the accent color.
This pattern was from the book “Take 5.” The concept of the book is having five 1-yard cuts of fabric to create a quilt. This project was to have a border, but I really love boarder less quilts. It was a little blah – so I added a 6th fabric (the deep red).
Took a fun class at Joanns (taught by Gwyn) and made this cute wine bottle carrier. The fabric line I used is called: Church Ladies Aprons.
Put this sweet little runner together from scraps left over from another project. No pattern used. Just a fun little project.
Finished 9 bowl potholders today for family members.
Finally done…started this one a few years back.
Pattern from a book – titled “Take 5.” You make a quilt from 5 yards of fabric (and will have quite a bit left over). Stitched in the ditch with Minky backing.
Featuring American Jane fabrics.
Took a class at Joanns and leanred to make these fun nesting baskets. Outside is burlap and inside is a cute coffee themed fabric. ☕️
Every girl needs a bowl vase. As always, she was right. Doesn’t it look adorable on this sweet kitchen runner I just finished.
Made this spring table runner to add a touch of the season! 💚
Made these sweet carrots for loved ones.
Handcrafted holiday gifts:
Handmade gift for 2015: a set of coasters!
This pattern just uses 5 or 6 fat quarters!
A few quilts are done! Stitched in the ditch with binding!