Ten Quilts Finished in 2013.
This was a challenge issued by Tehachapi Mountain Quilters. A mystery designed by Barabara Dieges. I have had this fabric FOREVER! Thought it turned out pretty bright and happy. I had to change a few things around since I ran out of the tan.
I gave this one to my sister-in-law, Heather, for her 50th birthday!
Zippity Doo Dah 2011 finished in 2013.
I picked up these strips from Roxanne’s Wish and a Dream in Carpinteria. My friends and I did the Jelly Roll Race pattern. Went together quick. These are Kaffe Fasset fabrics. Gave it to Heritage Oak School’s out-going Principal, Lori Gohr.
This year I also sewed a lot of dresses for the Dress A Girl Around the World Charity. I went to a sew day at Margo Amero’s and then hosted two more at the church. One with Loose Threads, the other with women of the church.
Here’s my Diamond Double. Mary Landon quilted it for me. I’ve always wanted a professional quilter to leave some open spaces for me to quilt on my little machine at home. Mary did this for me and I’m loving the results.
I don’t know when I started this but it was YEARS ago. Finally finished it for the Tehachapi Mountain Quilters 2013 show.
Worked on this at the beach retreat in 2012. Put it in the Tehachapi Mountain Quilters Show in 2013.
These strips were a gift from Sherrie Perez. I entered this in the Tehachapi Mountain Quilters Quilt Show 2013. At Easter 2014 I gave this to my son-in-law’s mom, Karla.
It was time to upgrade my travel pillows. They are looking snazzy now!
I had the cream fabric forever! Pulled it out to do the McCall’s Mystery Quilt for 2012. Late in 2013 I gave this quilt to a local women’s shelter that helps women get out of prostitution.
Fruit Soduku- I pieced this at the Oakhurst Retreat in 2012 and just lined the back to make it into a tablecloth to brighten up my kitchen