As I was going through the old photos, I found a few that I didn't post. Here are a few from as far back as January that I worked on. Of course, not everything that I've worked on was photographed--chronic problems with a camera or simply forgetting has resulted in a few missed works.
This is actually just a bunch of blocks pinned to the "design wall" (aka a quilt hanging in my dining room) that I later sewed into a quilt top. It still needs a border and then it will be quilted up and given to the guild for its community service committee.
This is a quilt that I finished for a school auction for a friend. Sharon did the top with the kids in the class who drew self-portraits with fabric markers. She then pieced up the top, handed it to me, and I quilted in the blue areas. We both agreed that we shouldn't quilt over the kids' faces, so I filled the blue areas with loose curly-cues that I call "Dr. Seuss Feathers". Sorry it's upside down.
This quilt was a love gift for a guild member who lost a family member. We made these log cabin blocks and Donna arranged them, put the border on, and handed it to me to quilt up. It turned out beautifully! I quilted loops and hearts all over the top.
This was a quilt made for Lauri's brand-new niece! I love the brights and the contrast with the black and whites, like those early visual stimulus toys but with pink instead of red. It's big enough and mature enough to grow into it. I'm sure she'll treasure it for years!