Saturday, February 11, 2012

My Mojo’s back

I know I told you I was going to post the last of the Christmas shops I went to over the holidays, but at this point, I doubt if anyone is really too interested in Christmas. So….I’ll make sure and do it in the fall when it will be more exciting.

I’m loving my nest and all the organizing I’ve done. It’s so nice to be able to finally find things and know exactly where to go to get the next project to work on.

Here’s what I’ve been doing for the past few months.

I finally got this project quilted. The pattern is “Glory Bound” from Bonnie Blue Quilts.


I bought a “blanket crane” online from Small Town Primitives and hung it on the wall going up (or down) the stairs.


I also got “Summertime” quilted. It was a block of the week from Primitive Gatherings a few summers ago.


Another one that finally got quited is my “Wool Garden” from Waltzing with Bears. You might remember this quilt from my wool tutorial which you can access on the sidebar.

Latest projects 024

During the holidays, Country Loft posted pictures on their blog of their Christmas open house. While scrutinizing the pictures with a magnifying glass, LOL, I saw this kit available. I quickly called the shop and JoAnn Mullaly, the designer, answered the phone. It was so fun to talk to her. I just love her primitive style.

I think I’ll make it up into a pillow.



Michelle said...

Ooooh I love your quilts -- they're all gorgeous. And I think I might want to find myself a blanket crane, too. :-)

Sue said...

You've been busy making some gorgeous quilts!

Hogan's Adventure said...

You exhaust have been so inspiration for your certainly are making good use of your room...xoxoxox

Me and My Stitches said...

Your quilts are all amazing! I bought the Summertime kit at the Des Moines show, but so far only have 2 blocks finished. Yours is inspiring me to get busy!

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

Love what your mojo had done for you, your blanket crane looks like the one I got for Christmas. Love the Bonnie Blue quilt on it.

Anonymous said...

Please tell me where you got your blanket crane...I would love one and have been unable to find one. Help! Thanks, Deb C. at