Thursday, May 25, 2017

A Quilt for Seth's Boy

This is the front of the quilt.  It is a crib-size quilt (45 x 60 in).
The chevron pattern was created by alternating placement of rectangle shapes.
Fabrics are Auburn University prints combined with white and orange solids.
Some were purchased locally, most were ordered from
This is the back of the quilt.  Blue and Orange  'camo' print.
I added the center strip to make the backing fabric wide enough.
Close-up of the pillowcase.  This fits a travel size pillow.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

A Quilt for Charlotte

I made this crib-sized quilt for a new great niece, Charlotte 
who is due to arrive around March 2, 2016.
It is made from a fabric panel called "Whoo Me?" that I ordered from
The borders around the panel were cut from a coordinating border print fabric.

I also made a pillow case from the border print fabric for a travel-size pillow.

The quilt binding was made from this fabric.

The back of the quilt was made from this fabric,
which matches the leaves on the trees (front of quilt).

This is the border print that I used around the panel.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

All American Girl

For Emily's birthday:
This is a doll bed made for an American Girl doll. It is made using a Sterlite storage container. The bedding includes a dust ruffle, mattress, fitted sheet, pillow, pillow case, pillow sham and quilted comforter. The fitted sheet fits over the mattress and the top of the storage container. The container can be used to store doll clothes and accessories.  It would also make a good pet bed for the pampered pet.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

A Quilt for Jax!

This is a crib size quilt made especially for Jax Pruitt
my great nephew, who was born 5/15/15.

The center panel is Timeless Treasures 'Street Map' 
purchased from
The inner border fabric is Timeless Treasures 'Traffic Jam Trucks'.
The outer border fabric is 'City Construction on the Spot'.

The back of the quilt is Timeless Treasures 'Traffic Jam Trucks'.
The border fabric is a red & white bias stripe.
The pillowcase (not shown) is made from 'City Construction Squares'.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Sewing Seeds Ministry - Make & Take

The 'Sewing Seeds' ministry at Lanett Nazarene Church
 met on April 30, 2015 for a 'Make & Take' project.
We each made a 3 piece set of microwave bowl hot pads.
Each set consisted of three sizes - 10", 12" & 14".

This is a completed microwave bowl hot pad in green/purple fabrics.

This shows a completed hot pad in the small (10") size.

This is a small hot pad in the blue/yellow colors.

To use: Place bowl with contents inside of the 'hot pad'. 
Put bowl & hot pad in the microwave.  Cook.  
Remove without burning your hands!
Warning!....All fabric & batting used must be ALL cotton to prevent burning.