Most of the first post about 2013 showed special projects. Here are the quilts.
This quilt, made from a Batavian Batiks pattern, hangs in my husband’s office
And here is a donation quilt made from extra blocks. I used it to try out blended borders.
Here are two more donation quilts, made for Ronald McDonald House in 2013:
Happy Plaids is my own design, but there are MANY similar quilts out there
Twinkle, a pattern by Swirly Girl Designs, was made because I had some fabulous leftover fabric
This is made with bright batiks and templates from Elisa’s Backporch Design
This is the back
The first post about 2013 projects included a table runner made from leftovers after I finished this next quilt:
This quilt, pieced improvisationally from bright batiks and black, is one of my all-time favorites.
This quilt was for a special baby; and yes, that’s me with my beautiful daughter 🙂
Quilt for a special baby!
I found a pattern for this little miniature while on a trip, and just couldn’t resist making it–all from scraps, of course.
Miniature quilt–I’m sorry I don’t recall the name of the designer.
Here’s an improvisationally designed T shirt quilt I made for a friend:
Modern T Shirt Quilt, using my favorite method of designing as I go
And finally, the last Ronald McDonald quilt for 2013, made from blocks that were just too wild without solid sashing!
That’s what I could find for 2013! More years later.