2011 Quilts





The first finish of 2011.  This is a design that I did in EQ - my first EQ quilt that was more than just bits and bytes.
2nd finish of 2011 - string quilt for Dave Jones, my Son-in-law







the first pieced back for me, I like it!










This is the second finish of 2011.  I fell in love with string quilts while doing RRCB.  Someone also had black and white strings in their RRCB and I just had to make one.  This is for my son in law. This is also the first quilt that I pieced the back.  Not bad for a first try.
3rd finish of the year, Hugs and Kisses for my honey!!


RRCB done, finished, I did it!!  finish #4 2011

quilting on RRCB
Finish #5 - Baby Boy Braid Quilt
Just simple quilting on this one.  It was my first scrappy binding.

QAYG Table Runner - first time doing this, was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be

Baby Boy Quilt #3



Pieced back of baby boy quilt #3
Christmas Lights without the Christmas - daughters quilt
Direction to my heart - for my dear husband
Quilting - Direction to my Heart

Pastel String Quilt for Happy Chemo

Quilting on Pastel String Quilt
Summer Breeze - One for me, and one for Happy Chemo

Quilting on Summer Breeze

Tyler's Bargello

Snowman Collector

Boxes in Boxes back

Boxes in Boxes front
Urban Cabins back

Urban Cabins - H2H Charity Quilt
Batik Braid

Batik Braid back
HST - Sparkle front - H2H quilt #2

HST - Sparkle Back - H2H  quilt #2
True Lovers Knot, Wedding quilt for husbands God son.

Baltimore Album Quilt

BA Quilt back
T-Shirt Quilt Front

T-shirt Quilt Back
New Port Beach - 100 Quilts for kids 1 of 2

New Port Beach - 100 quilts for kids 2 of 2
Baby Miles Owl Quilt



Sung as a Bug quilt for Miles
Fall Table Runner
Tree skirt for Angie
Thank you gift for helping with the baby shower - for Jeanette

Thank you gift for helping with the baby shower - for Joan
Fair and Square detail, started on DSM finished on April, string blocks done on April

Fair and Square back

Fair and Square

8 comments:

  1. Wonderful finishes Sue! Love seeing them all on one page like this!
    Question for you, How?
    I've made pages for my blog, but I can't seem to figure out how to add the comment boxes for them. I've adjust some things in Settings, but nothing happens for it...
    I would appreciate some guidance if you have a minute? 8-)

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  2. Oh! I think I have figured it out now Sue! 8-)

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  3. Has the Bargello book been spoken for? I would love to try that pattern!!!

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  4. OMG you must be sewing and quilting night and day: What a production halfway the year!

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  5. That Owl pirate is fantastic! I recently made a pirate quilt with an owl on it too :)

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  6. Oh my gosh, you did all of this in one year? I don't know how a person can accomplish so much?!

    Ok, my favorites are the owl baby quilt, the long "Fall" table runner (OMG!), the Baltimore Album (is that turn under, or raw edge appliqué?), and, of course, the tree skirt!!

    The reality is that I like them all! Color combinations, and quilting are fabulous. I'm just about done with school (again) ~ 1 week to go, and I hope that I'll eventually be able to accomplish this much in one year. You're definitely an inspiration, Suzanne! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wow - this is an impressive bunch of quilts! How lovely to have them all in one place where you/we can drool over them!

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  8. Hi!
    Your "True Lovers Knot, Wedding quilt for husbands God son" is Carolina Cotton Company's Favorite quilt of the day! We are sharing your link on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CarolinaCottonCompany.com

    I LOVE IT! Very inspiring! Great color choice for the pattern! I find it romantic as well as the two fabrics are all that is required to make SUCH BEAUTY! :)
    Lisa Ann Toney

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