Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Happy Anniversary, Ang and Austin!

Today is Ang and Austin's second anniversary. I mailed them a package a few weeks ago, combination Valentine's Day, Anniversary and Austin's birthday gift. Part of the gift was a pair of frog hot pads.

I found the backing fabric on a Shop Hop and couldn't resist the happy colors.

For Valentine's Day, I also made Jenny some hot pads. Jenny's have a panda on them because she is fond of the cute bears.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Valentine Mug Rugs

I made some mug rugs for my friends for Valentine's Day.

They were made similar to hot pads so they can be multipurpose.

Here are individual photos of the mug rugs.

This is the cute vintage looking fabric used to back some of them.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Millington Quilt Club February Show and Tell

Last month at our quilt club meeting, members exchanged 6 inch squares. The following three photos are of quilts which the members made from the squares.

Dean made a table runner using a charm pack.
Nancy M. made this cute baby quilt.
Nancy S. used strips from an exchange to make this beautiful quilt.
Here Sydney is modeling a hat she made from Sherpa scraps.
Viola made this Christmas quilt for Julie.
Julie's pink baby quilt is trimmed and backed with minke.
Julie made a sample quilt for the block of the month quilt, she will be offering in her shop, Quilted Hearts Quilting. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Quilted-Hearts-Quilting/242393622486476?sk=wall
Karen put together and quilted the following signature quilts for the club.

Kay made the following wall hangings using her daughter's artwork for the pattern.
Alice hand embroidered this pretty yellow baby quilt.
This is Mary Lou with her hand embroidered pillow.
Mary is the most stylish member of our group. She made her hat, jacket and bag.
Mary finished the following prayer quilts.

Mary also shared her newest bag.
Carolyn made this three hour table runner.
Carolyn made this beautiful quilt which Mary Lou P. quilted.
This is a charity quilt, to be used for fire victims.
Deb shared this purple quilt which she said took years to complete.
Darlene used her squares from club Christmas exchanges to make this top.
This is Darlene's watermelon quilt.
Darlene hand embroidered this gorgeous quilt.
Connie used a panel and squares from her stash to make this quilt.
Linda made this cute baby quilt for a friend's grandchild.
Thank you, Linda for taking notes while I took pictures :)