A little jacket I made for Nahla out of scraps from Delighted! I used to make jackets like this all the time for my girls when they were little. They would wear them with cute skirts I made and then colored stockings and boots with a huge bow or hat on their head. Little girls are so fun to dress.
The next are pictures from our quilt group in November. I know I am a little behind but there are some great quilts that I thought you would like to see.
This is a quilt design by Syd Haglund. She has made one for each of her children. This is for her youngest and is centered around a story her daughter wrote and pictures she drew as a child. It is all about dogs.
The colors are spectacular in this quilt. A lot of the applique is wool.
You can see the letter H to the right of the quilt which is the first letter of her name.
I remember this quilt being designed for a baby and both parents are at school at MIT or some kind of school that has modern buildings and architecture. This quilt was to represent the architecture.
Most of the following quilts are designed by Geoff's Moms Quilts which is a pattern company with 2 wonderful women at the head, Norma Whaley and Joyce Weeks
I love these quilts designs and color combinations.
This is the free pattern for Scoot I designed for Riley Blake Designs. Deena Rutter is the designer of the fabric. It is such a cute collection for boys. The designs are retro with fun trains, helicopters and toys.
Another look at the man quilt I made for Randy. It is a10" squares with 3" corners for any of you who love doing snowball blocks. Super easy and super fun. The fabric line is called Back Country by The Paper Loft.
Lots of Happy Quilting and many tiny stitches this week.