Wednesday, December 31, 2014

2014 Recap

 Here is my year in review. The completed quilts.
Triangle Quilt Along this spring.

Kaleidoscope for Becky
Free Tutorial for the Crossroads pattern is here.
Flag little quilt.

Log Cabin scraps - double bed size. * Quilted this year.

Baby Stars

Starlight Starbright.
The pattern for this can be found here. Joanne does a great job writing her patterns and it was great to test it for her.

Maple Leaf Quilt. *Quilted this year
A BOM from many, many years ago through Yankee Pride Quilt Shop in Essex Jct, VT.

RSC Sampler 2014
The sampler Angela created with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge for 2014.

Baby Quilt for Jordan

Little T Quilt
Thanksgiving Placemats.
Another pattern from Joanne which can be found here.

Finished Tops: Maybe these will be quilted in 2015?

Quilters Scrapbook
Another testing pattern from Joanne - this one has beautiful borders that would work great with any 10 inch block.

The Century Quilt. Joanna Fabrics BOM from 2000.

Scrappy Churn Dash I still have 72 blocks for another one of these =)

16 patch stars - might need a dark border?

Celtic Solstice - Bonnie Hunter mystery from 2013.

Orange Peels - Extra peels I found when cleaning!
Blocks in progress.
Civil War Diary Quilt blocks. Ready to be set and sewn. This was my tiny Tuesday block of the week in 2014.

Hand pieced Grandmothers Flower Garden blocks.  These will get a black frame this year.

Hand piecing hexagon flowers.

Current Hand quilting project with a top finished this year.
Hugs and Kisses..... top completed this year and hand quilting started on Thanksgiving day.

I am sure I am missing some things but that is a recap of my year! It is amazing when you look back over the year at how much can be accomplished in little bits of time here and there. Did I mention that I love having both kids in school full time this year =)

I hope 2015 is just as productive. Have a safe New Years Eve everyone.... and remember to sew something tomorrow to start the year off right. We are very happy to be home from our visit to Vermont with uneventful flights and no delays. It is so nice to sleep in your own bed again.... and see green grass and palm trees!


Ellen said... have been busy and very productive!

Julierose said...

You have done beautiful projects in 2014; can't wait to see your 2015 works to come! happy New Year, hugs, Julierose

Design Originals by KC said...

Wow Deb! I love love love the eye candy YOU MADE or completed this year... and next year is looking fun ALREADY! I am so happy you made it home safely and missed the green grass and palm trees... sorry the weather today is less that ideal but it is Florida... could change anytime right? lol Have a great New Years friend! Kathi

Kristie said...

WOW! I am always amazed with all that you get done with 2 young kids!

Angie said...

WOW! What a great batch of quilts! Fun to see all your accomplishments together!

Quilter Kathy said...

Glad you are home safe and sound. What a huge list of quilts you worked on this year! You are the queen of time management, with a home to run, 2 children, working, AND finding time to quilt!
Best wishes for lots more quilting time in 2015!

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

Welcome back home! You were SO productive ... and really an encouragement/inspiration for me. I have a long way to go to be as productive as you, but I'm working on it! Happy New Year to you and your family!

Ray and Jeanne said...

Welcome home! You had a very productive year! The Kaleidoscope is my favorite or maybe the Starlight Starbright or ... you know, I like them all! I am sewing today and hope to do more tomorrow - it definitely is the way to begin a new year. Happy New Year to you and your family. ~Jeanne!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

Oh your making me feel like such a loser! Somehow I don't remember or missed the placemats. They are gorgeous

canuckquilter said...

I fell behind on my blog reading over the last week so I'm scrolling down to see what I missed. Love your year in review. You've been terribly productive. All your project are beautiful, but your RSC quilts are still grabbing my attention. I wonder if I can stay focused enought to join in on that this year?