Category Archive: Quilting

ScrapHappy May 2023 — Double Dipping

I just wrote about this quilt two posts ago, but it really needed more work then, and it is made from scraps, so here it is again. This was made for an online… Continue reading

The Endeavourers’ Reveal Day — Maps

Our online art quilt group, The Endeavourers, picked “maps” as this quarter’s theme. I love looking at maps and I had a lot of ideas for this one, but I finally settled on… Continue reading

ScrapHappy March 2023

I told myself THIS would be the year I would finish ALL of my unfinished objects (UFOs) before I let myself start any new projects. Okay, I would finish FIVE quilts before starting… Continue reading

Can This Quilt Be Saved?

You young people probably won’t believe it, but once upon a time, when we went to the doctor’s office, we could not bring an endless supply of entertainment with us in a device… Continue reading

ScrapHappy February 2023

I am thrilled to have a finish for this ScrapHappy Day!  I started this quilt last year. I did this quilt Quilt-As-You-Go, with a central rectangle, and four skinny panels.  I quilted the… Continue reading

ScrapHappy January 2023

The spark for this baby quilt came from a big tub of donated fabrics. There were four Mickey Mouse 6-inch squares, two Dr. Seuss 6-inch squares, and a whole lot of Dr. Seuss… Continue reading

Wrapping Up 2022

Early this year my parents had health issues that made them decide they could no longer live independently, and they asked me to find them a retirement home.  They had lived in Dallas… Continue reading

ScrapHappy Adjacent, December 2022

These items are not made totally from scraps, but they could be!  And in case you still need ideas for the up-coming holidays, I wanted to share them. Three years ago, I saw… Continue reading

Some New Tops

Since I actually finished two kids’ quilts, I rewarded myself with putting together some new tops. I made a second version of a safari quilt, this time adding a cheetah on the left.… Continue reading

One Quilt Three Ways

In 2020, I was given bags of pre-cut squares, and I used some of them to make four I Spy quilt tops. I placed the fabrics in pretty much the same position on… Continue reading