Sunday, May 20, 2012

Another Quilt

I pinned another quilt today, ready for quilting. This is the third quilt this week - I should have just left the dining room table pushed to the side this week, instead of moving it every time.

This is the Double Wedding Ring lap quilt, and I am so pleased that it is smaller than the other two I quilted this week.

Yesterday we went to my parents. My mother just finished this little wall hanging -

She cut the appliqués out with her Baby GO! using the Rose of Sharon, Circle and Birds dies.

She made this table topper with leftover blocks from the Rob Peter to Pay Paul quilt.

She has only been machine quilting for a little while and is doing fantastic!

There was a beautiful sunset this evening.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!


Raewyn said...

How exciting to be onto the next quilt! Your Mum's projects are great - love the blues table topper. Looks like you had a beautiful day - what a gorgeous sunset.

Anne said...

I love the double wedding quilt - I think I may have said that already! Your mum's applique and table top runner are beautiful - very eye-catching. :o)

Lesley said...

Wow! Two very talented ladies! You inspire me, as does that gorgeous sunset! Thanks for sharing such wonderful projects!

Rhonda at Cobblestone Quilting said...

Beautiful, from start to finish, 3 handmade and 1 heaven made.

Ariane said...

Wow! your really moving along with quilting all those quilts. Your Mom's little quilts are beautiful too!!!

Needled Mom said...

That Wedding Ring quilt is just gorgeous!

Your mom's work is fabulous. I love the tree with the birds!

Kathy said...

I'm looking forward to seeing how you quilt your Double Wedding ring!! Love the colours you picked for it.

Wendy said...

What lovely quilts your mom makes!!! I love the monochromatic blues and the birds are adorable!

Deanna said...

Your wedding ring quilts are so wonderful. I love the colors.

Heather said...

Thanks for sharing your mom's quilts.

I have finished the blocks for my mini sampler now need to select some border fabrics. Posted some pics on my blog today.

Monika Kinner-Whalen / My Sweet Prairie said...

pretty pretty ! I can't get over all the lovely things on your blog!!

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