Omaha North Graduation Quilt

It was a fruitful week. There was a lot of piece work for this quilt. I think it really turned out great! Ola’s son will be happy with the Omaha North High School colors for this 25 Block Window Pane in Var. Blue and Yellow.¬† It should be more than big enough for his dorm. Finished size is 102″x 102″.

I cannot wait to deliver it. I get so excited when a quilt is finished. I just cannot wait to see if the finished quilt is what was expected.

Bloom where you are planted,

Angellina

25 Block Window Pane var blue yellow

In Memory of a brother

I had the pleasure of completing a quilt in memory of Cindy H’s brother. It is truly a work of art. Each block stands alone as a piece of artwork. All buttons still attached, all pockets still open. Not a t-shirt in the bunch.

It was an adventure prepping and piecing this quilt. It was very much worth the time and effort. It really did turn out as a beautiful memory for a loved brother.

Bloom where you are planted,

Angellina

16 Block Standard in Black & Blue

16 Block Standard in Black & Blue

Productive week so far – 3 Quilts completed

Great weather for working inside this last week. Cold outside so working on quilts is great fun. This week I was able to complete 3 quilts.

  • 30 Block Standard in Lt. Blue & White
  • 20 Block Standard in Dk. Green & Var. Black
  • 20 Block SnowBall in Var. Gold, Var. Grey & Black

Julie B has already picked up her quilt for her sister. Julie could not believe how big it turned out. The quilt for Maria’s son Joe, is getting snipped and rolled, ready for pick up next week. And the SnowBall is for my lovely daughter. But I will store it here until she needs it. It will make a great sample.

What are you doing to keep warm on these Winter days?

Bloom where you are planted,

Angellina

Arleen’s quilt – Finished

Finished Arleen’s quilt and bag. I was able to deliver them today. I love the way the all navy blue shirts are accented by the var. red sashing. The photo is a great tribute to a long time volunteer of the Gibbon NE Volunteer Fire Department.

Bloom where you are planted,

Angellina