I took a class from her for the first one to learn about making Minatures. Ended up making all three of her patterns. This was the last one I made. It hangs in the large basement room we have fixed up for the grandchildren when they visit and also has the furniture that we wanted to keep so was room down here. The walls are paneled so needed something on them.
This is over a small book shelf that has my old singer protable on it.
This is a closeup of one of the blocks with a lot of individual blocks. like the baskets and a trees. This was a block I substituted for a Texas Star block which I had made in one of the other quilts. It is probably about 8 inches altogether. This was the last one I made.
This one hangs over the single bed that is a match to my bed. upstairs. They were from My husbands grandparents home and were considered a Mr. and Mrs. beds. Old spool type.
This is a closeup of the Texas star block. You can also see some of the hand quilting I did on this quilt.
This is the block of little houses all in a row. This was the second of the quilts.
This is the first one I made and hangs at the bottom of the stairs so the funny angle of the picture.
Had to take it from the steps.
If I remember right this is called Bee Hive and it was a dozy to make. Nine patch with those little bees coming out which were all individually appliqued on. Was glad to get that block done.
Now to get on with Christmas gifts. Am trying to get the Snowman runner quilted.
Thanks for looking at some of my older quilts.