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Nancy Alberts
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  • Marshalltown, IA
  • United States
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About Me
I love to read, sew (piecing, quilting), cook, garden, crochet and stitch counted cross stitch. Doing any or all of that keeps me busy. I also have 5 grown children (2 are Step-children), 8 grandchildren, a wonderful husband that is semi retired and 3 little dogs.
My newest hobby is soap making as of 2013.

I have a Gammill long arm machine and am still learning how to use it.
My Website (not your email address)
http://nans40quilts.blogspot.com/
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, applique, paper piecing, hand quilting, machine quilting, embroidery, general sewing, knitting, gardening, other, garment sewing
My pets are awesome!
Buzz (a maltese) and Duke (a chiuahuah? Llaso apso mix).

Completed projects in 2009

Completed projects for 2009

1. Magic Nine Patch baby quilt for my Grandson - 10/2009
2. Cottage Rose Queen sized quilt for my Daughter - 11/2009
3. Magic Nine Patch throw for my Dad - 12/2009
4. Magic Nine Patch twin for my Grand daughter - 12/2009
5. Matching doll quilt for my Grand daughter - 12/2009
6. Christmas Stockings for 3 grandchildren - 12/2009

Completed projects for 2010
1. Magic Nine Patch baby quilt for Step-Grandson - 01/2010
2.Crocheted baby afgan for great niece - 03/2010
3.Quilt for Kids Quilt - 05/2010
4. Christmas Ornaments wallhanging - 06/2010 (1st paper pieced project)
5. True Blue Queen sized quilt for my second Daughter and her husband - 07/2010
6. Purple Burgoyne Surrounded (First Quilt on Gammill)  - 10/13/2010
7. Pink Baby Rail Fence - 12/2010

8. Max's Christmas stocking- 12/2010

9. Denim Throw - finished quilting 10/8/10

Completed projects for 2011

1. Denim Throw #2 - Feb. 4 2011

2. 2 Quilt for Kids Quilts - April 2011

3. Day and Night in green, cream and red - October 22, 2011

 

Completed projects for 2012

1. 5 microwavable Rice bags- May 2012

2. 2 embroidered pillow covers - Lewis and Ralston- June 2012

3. Body pillow sleeve - Blues and Greens- June 2012

4. Baby Girl quilt for A. Dowdell - Aug. 19, 2012

5. The Weekender - Aug.25, 2012

6. Amy's Quilt - Bento Box - 10/ 2012

7. Olivia's Star Quilt - 9/2012

8. Baby Boy quilt for K. Klinge - 12/2012

9. Body pillow cover in red, black and white - September 2012

 

Completed projects for 2013

1. Black and Orange flannel charity quilt for Hope Ministries 01/2013

2. Embroidered pillow case - McCubbin - February 2012

Completed Projects for 2014

1. Pillowcases for Judah, Leo and Makayla (3)

 

Completed Projects for 2015

1. Pillow case for Areigna - Jan. 2015

2. Pillow case for Judah - Feb. 2015

3. Baby quilt for Scarlett. Feb. 2015

4. Weekender Springtime quilt for Virginia - April 2015

5. The Blue Quilt - 2015

6. Pillow cases for Leo, Max, Makayla, Bennett and Grant

7. Quilted Pocket Pillow

UFO"S
These are finished tops ready to be quilted.
1. American Beauty 
2. Baa Baa Sheep Baby quilt - hand quilting started

More UFO's

1. Scrappy Friendship Quilt
2. Down the Garden Path in greens
3. Sister's Choice
4. Carolina Lily
5. Crocheted Baby afgan Bobbles and crosses - tan
6. Counted Cross Stitch - Country Bloomers
7. Points of Pride

8. Carol Doaks Radiant BOM

9. Quilt for Olivia and Shane

10 Spencer's grad quilt

11 Baby quilt - (2)


USO's
The rest of my 40 quilts goal. :)

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Moving along

Posted on May 7, 2015 at 12:30pm 4 Comments

Just thought I would share and update since my last post in Feb.

I finished the quilting on the Blue quilt in March and it is just waiting for me to stitch on the binding.

In February I went on a retreat with all the girls in my family - Daughter, Daughter in law, Grand daughter, Step daughter and SD's mom. It was fun and I pieced another weekender quilt top for my mother in law, who is now in a nursing home.

I quilted that in March and finished up the binding in April.…

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February 2015

Posted on February 2, 2015 at 12:07pm 17 Comments

Goals for 2015 -

Do I dare make goals?? I have tons of WIP's to work on. Not to mention the quilts I haven't started that I want to start.

I do have one quilt loaded on my long arm. It's the blue and white squares and I try to put in about 15 minutes to 1/2 an hour, couple of times a week on it, but I am slow and easily distracted.

If I do make goals it would strictly be for quilts I want to get done, not small projects like table runners, or hot pads.

 But how…

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At 6:36pm on February 11, 2015, Prairie Quilter/NE said…

Hi, Nancy!  My frame is a Graceframe Z44 (bought it several years ago).  I use it mostly to tie quilts or to baste on.  When I hand quilt, I usually use a lap frame.  I also have an old floor frame that was given to me by a great aunt, but to use it, I have to clear out my living room!  Thanks for the kind comment on the quilt.  It is half done, but our little grandson was here for a visit, so I haven't worked on it for a day or two.  I'll hopefully have it finished up tomorrow.    

At 5:09am on August 25, 2012, Debbi Lamb/AZ said…

Hi Nancy! I'm glad you have made some rag quilts. Aren't they a fun, easy way to make quilts? I need to make more of them ... they are really an easy way to use up scraps or flannel. I LOVE that you have a "completed list" and two UFO lists! What a great way to keep a person motivated. I would need to FIND my UFO's before I could list them. I know they are in my closet - somewhere. LOL

At 8:13pm on August 22, 2012, Joanna liguz said…

a girl who keeps track of her done quilts,,your better than I am,,that is wonderful!!!

sometimes we don't know how much we have done unless we write them down,,doesn't it surprise you when you see what you have accomplished? NIce job,,,Well done!!!

Joanna

At 7:57pm on August 22, 2012, Irene Gallway said…

Thanks Nancy for the nice compliment on my sewing machine cover. Just use any machine pattern and draw an applique you like to put on it. Machine embroidery can be used as well.  It's my friend Jenny from England who is visiting me. I don't have a daughter. We are having fun sewing and chatting together. She will be leaving on the 28th after being here for a month.

At 12:27pm on March 28, 2012, MARYAM/MO said…

Hi Nancy!  Thanks for the friend request!  I look forward to talking to you again soon!

At 11:40am on September 25, 2009, Paula Jones said…
Nancy, the name of this book is Quilting by Hand by Jinny Beyer, it has been intersting. I have a daughter who is a R.N. now and I so enjoy visiting with her about medical stuff now if I could get one of the 5 girls interested in quilting that would be so nice!! So glad Casey loves it. do you live close to one another?
At 12:11pm on April 28, 2009, Cottonwood Quilter said…
Friendship starter: 1 c. regular starter, 1 c. milk, 1 c. sugar, 1 c. flour. Take a cup of traditional started, put in a glass or ceramic bowl Add milk, sugar and flour and blend well. Cover with plastic wrap and let work 24 hours.
At 12:06pm on April 28, 2009, Cottonwood Quilter said…
Regular Sourdough Starter, 2 c. warm water, 1 tbs. sugar or honey, 1 tbs or 1 packet dry active yeast, not the instant, 2 c. all purpose flour. Pour water into a two quart glass, never metal, container, add yeast then stir in flour. cover with cloth, put somewhere warm. let it bubble/brew for 3-5 days, stirring it once or twice a day as it will separate. Once the mixture gets the very sour yeasty aroma, the you want, stir for the last time, put a lid on it and refrigerate it. The starter should have the consistancy of pancake batter. The night before I need to use mine, I take it from the refrigerator, add 1 cup water and 1 cup flour, stir using plastic or rubber, and leave on counter with no lid overnight to bring it alive. If you use more then a cup or two you may again want to replentish it with equal parts flour and warm water. remember never let metal touch the starter that is in your jar. Once it is being mixed for a recipe that is different. Keep me posted. Linda Love your Shih Tzu, I have two.
At 5:52pm on March 11, 2009, Casey Lewis said…
I found you!! Hi mommer!!! I love your profile!! :) You're going to have to sew at my house while yours is on the Market. :)

I Love You!!
At 7:00am on March 10, 2009, Joyce McGee said…
Good morning Nancy ... it was so great getting your message. Oh, I forgot to tell you that the restaurant in Conrad, Carol's Kitchen, is operated by my daughter's in-laws. Her name is Cortney and she works there sometimes during the week. I tell ya' ... I'm sure hoping that we get some sunshine pretty soon. I am definitely a sunshine person, and I need some to get myself energized. I am going to attend a mini-retreat this Friday evening and Saturday in Ankeny. I'm hoping it will be fun. I just need to take any project that I'm working on, and I'm cutting out pieces now to make a SunBonnet Sue lap quilt. Thought I better start out small and get something finished. I do have some other queen-size projects cut out but haven't finished yet. Well, I'm at work and I better get into action. You have a great day and I will write more later.

Bye for now ... Joyce
 
 
 

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