QUILTER JAN

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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Four More to Go!!!!!











Here are four more freshly quilted and bound and ready to go to Project Linus. I hope they are loved by some boys and girls!
The first one is called Cars and Motorcycles---you probably can't see them very well but they are in there!!!!

The second is Hockey Game---that, too is hard to see the hockey sticks and pucks, but they are there in some of the blocks!!!!!!
The third is called Pinks and More Pinks---hopefully some little girl that loves pinks will love this one!

And last but not least is the mystery quilt I showed you last time, but wanted you to know where it was going!!!!

Sure seems like the summer flew by, doesn't it? I thought it was because I was getting on in years that the time was going by so fast, but even my kids say time is flying by!!!! Have to make the most of every minute!!

Today is Sit and Sew Day at the LQS and I am ready to go! TOday is Show and Tell Day, but I don't have any thing far enough along to shoW I have a few of my Log Cabin blocks done for the Indigo Blue quilt, but those are boring, I bet everyone there has made one and it is a first for me---I got the Marti Michell book and ruler and it is working pretty good, except my blocks are turning out bigger than the book says they should, can't figure out what I'm doing wrong, but since they are all the same size then maybe it won't matter, my quilt will be bigger and I'll make fewer blocks--I'm not really following a pattern!

Let quilting help you make someone smile!

Jan

5 comments:

Crispy said...

Four more bundles of love Jan.

Crispy

Barb said...

You amazing!!

Debi said...

Jan you are totally amazing. You have more energy than I do! Bless you for all the quilts you make for PL.

Allie said...

Bless your heart - those are great! Love the hockey one - I'm a total hockey fan.
My blocks never turn out the way they're supposed to. I guess I need to make my own pattern, lol - it's the only way they'll ever turn out right!

GARI said...

I made my first log cabin this past spring: I loved doing it. Nice kids quilts, too.