SAO Quilts and other Projects Finished in 2008

| December 31, 2015

After finishing 17 quilts and multiple other projects in 2007, I didn’t slow down in 2008 – I actually made 19 quilts plus a few other projects! Here are the 19 quilts that I finished in 2008. #1      The “WILD IRISH ROSE QUILT” was made for my parents, J.B. and Marjorie Albertson. It […]

My Quiltville Quilts as of 2012 – UPDATED :)

| December 2, 2012

A  fellow quilter at WRAGGEDYPATCHES posted 12 of her Quiltville Quilts on her blog…..can  I match that?    I don’t know.  Let’s see! http://wraggedypatches.blogspot.com/p/my-quiltville-quilts.html My first  Quiltville  quilt – and it may be one of my favorites is CAROLINA CROSSROADS – this was Bonnie K. Hunter’s first online mystery quilt and this started my fascination – […]

I Left My Quilts in Kansas City…….

| December 10, 2008

I delivered three quilts in Kansas City……and that is a happy feeling. Fred’s Boxy Stars (Bonnie Hunter’s Quiltville Pattern) went over big.  Brother Fred loved it – and especially the back which was made from his pocket t-shirts.  Sara Parrish quilted it and left one pocket free so that I could put one of Fred’s […]

Thimbleberries 2008 and Fred’s Boxy Stars Quilts

| November 24, 2008

Hip Hip Hooray – the Thimbleberries 2008 Quilt is put together and is now on Sara’s 2009  QUILTING TO DO LIST! Here it is!    As always, I didn’t do it EXACTLY like THE PLAN – I left out the two extra inner borders on the top and bottom of the quilt – but it is […]

Quilty Things in SAO’s World: Fred’s Boxy Stars and Fred’s Ts Quilt Back – AND My Birth of a Sampler Quilt is FINALLY finished!

| October 25, 2008

I am doing the HAPPY DANCE tonight because I finished my brother Fred’s Boxy Stars Quilt top (another Bonnie K. Hunter free quilt pattern on www.quiltville.com).  I actually had finished  the center of this quilt – all except the outer border while on the Massanetta Springs Country Piecemaker’s Retreat!  YEAH!  I wasn’t sure that I was […]