Finally able to get back into sewing room after the busiest summer so far. I have managed to finish the baby quilt though waiting on pictures with the little one.
I had a few people asking for the microwave bowls and at the same time, I created plate bowls. They fit any dinner plate size and help keep food warm.
This quilt below was made by finally sewing together 4 patches that were made as leaders and Enders. It is lap sized and was gifted to sister for her birthday.
These were other four patches made using 2 1/2” squares and I just made some tote bags with them. It is a great way to use these and the bags are quite handy.
A friend has asked me to make another version of this quilt for her this coming year. I just got the background fabric set the leaves on which will change the look once again. This is my original one I made 6 years ago and have made at least 7 since then. It was a very popular pattern sold through Keepsake Fabrics and it is a bit of a challenge to keep the leaves straight. It can be a lot of fun to create.
I am also going to attempt to do the Bonny Hunter mystery quilt this year. You can find the info on her site, www.quiltville.com.
One last picture taken on a little side trip my hubby and I took. If you look close, you can see 3 wild turkeys!