So here are my quilts for 2014.
February – Perfect Ten quilt made with Under the Australian Sun fabrics that my friend Desley sent me!
February – Lug Nuts, a new Highway 10 Designs pattern. This was our cover quilt using Little Black Dress 2 fabric.
March – My International Friendship quilt! The fabrics were sent to me by my friend Laila in Norway and the wool batting used is from Desley in Australia. This quilt has a great story which you can read here.
May – My original Four Patch Charm Quilt. This is one of the most popular posts on my blog and has been viewed over 24,000 times! You can see the tutorial for this quilt here.
July – Quarter Sections, a new Highway 10 Designs pattern. Our Fat Quarter Friendly pattern was perfect for using my Cupcakery fat quarter bundle.
July – Metro Hoops, a pattern by Sew Kind of Wonderful. I think this is the quilting I am most proud of this year as the design really suited the quilt.
August – Pillows designed by Robinson Designs. Fun Minkie applique pillows on a batik background.
August – Popsicle Sticks quilt, an Atkinson Designs pattern. Great pattern for Jelly Rolls and I really like the new panto I used on this one, Deja Vu.
September – 4 simple baby quilts using the Wishes collection.
November – Professional Tote Bag, a pattern by Creative Thimble.
November – Lug Nuts, a Highway 10 Designs pattern. I wanted to see what our Lug Nuts pattern would look like in blue batiks….okay I just wanted an excuse to make this quilt again as it is so much fun to piece!
December – International Round Robin. This was a Round Robin I did with Lori, Desley and Bronwyn over the course of a year. I was the first one to finish mine so hope that lit a fire under those ladies to gets theirs done too!
December – Day Break Quilt, a pattern by Jaybird Designs. I have admired this patterns for awhile and was glad Wendy, the owner of Fabriculous quilt shop, convinced me to make it so she could hang it in her shop.
So that is what I made this year and I have to confess that I now only have one quilt top that needs quilting and NO UFO’s! I keep telling myself I do not need to make anymore quilts, I have too many around here as it is but like many of you I don’t think I can go too long without having a quilting project to work on. I have a couple of jelly rolls and fat quarter bundles that I should figure out what to do with and I’m not going to buy anymore this year …well I’m going to give it a good try anyway!
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND ALL THE BEST IN 2015!