A Year in Review

Yes. Everyone is doing it. Highlighting the mayor events of the year that ends; telling us about the best of, the worst of, the most notable, the most bizarre, etc., etc., etc. So I figured, why not? I can do it too! These are the projects I worked on during 2014, in no particular order. Enjoy.

Little pink baby quilt
Sandwiching my Blank fabric “squared” quilt
Half log cabin blocks made as table toppers
Folk dolls quilt. This one will go to charity.
Block exchange from my MQG group (previous blog post)
My latest hexie project
Double Wedding Ring rescue quilt (commission). Blogged about it previously
My Arizona wall hanging
Yum Yum mystery quilt ready for quilting
My second selvage quilt. Loved this project! Mentioned here
Miniature diamonds quilt. Made from leftover triangles from another project. Discussed here and here
Butterflies quilt. Another commission “rescue”
“Grandma’s quilt”. Commission rescue quilt.
Top made with Blank fabric line for sales rep
Very basic charity quilt put together in one day

The previous 9 blocks were the result of a color class I took at the beginning of the year. Great fun!
A Michael Miller challenge that wasn’t (discussed here)
NC Lily (commission – pattern described here)
Baby quilt for charity (discussed here)
Another commissioned NC Lily
Michael Miller fabric contest entry (didn’t win, but entered at State Fair)

Reinterpretation of a traditional design, made for The Quilt Alliance
Block made for St. James Episcopal Church charity quilt (Black Mtn., NC)
Block for Asheville Quilt Guild President’s quilt (2014)
Flannel baby quilt (commission)
Kids’ quilt for charity
Gaby’s quilt (my great niece from Chile)
Strip quilt

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