Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Some competed quilts

I made this quilt during the month of December. Quilted it during our snowstorm at Christmas. I will donate this to charity later in the year. As you can see I did not have enough of the printed fabric so I substituted dark green for the corners. I followed Bonnie's pattern, Scrappy Mountain Majesty. What a great pattern.
I made this quilt in Jan. I followed a pattern from the book "Quilts for people who still don't have time to quilt." I like how it turned out. I looks so warm and cozy to me.

I finally quilted Prairie Dust. I like how it turned out, all except of the feathers that is. I am not happy with my feathers. I should just admit to myself this is not my forte. I will donate this quilt to charity.

Here I am quilting my spider webs, another quilt pattern by Bonnie. You can find it using the link above. This will also be a charity quilt.
So there are three charity quilts for this year. Four counting my stash quilt that I made following Judy L's pattern.
May God Save America
Dot


7 comments:

Blessed Girl said...

I love them all, a lot, but I am especially partial to the spider webs one. It is so happy, cheery, and ecclectic looking! Very beautiful.

JudyL said...

What's wrong with you feathers? They look great to me. Love all those quilts!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

I think your feathers look great, too; and those swirls among the spider webs are great. You're too hard on yourself, these are destined to be loved and treasured, you're wonderfully generous.

KZK said...

GORGEOUS!
I just found you through Elaine Adair's blog!

andsewitis Holly said...

Wow, very nice. I love the quilting you are doing in the "stars" of the spiderweb.

Kucki68 said...

I love what you have done at the Prairie Dust corners. Ingenious.

Shasta said...

Wow! Four fabulous finishes! I just came over from Michele's blog and she had four fabulous finishes too, and here you are as well. These are all wonderful - and all so different from each other. Love the spider web one - that one has been on my to do list for a long time.