Thanks Bonnie for your compliment on my "zig zag" quilt - I gave it to my niece even though I originally bought the fabric for me. Some of my favorite colors. Thankfully I had some left over, maybe for another zig zag quilt!
Bonnie, Mom has eyesight problems and is almost blind from the Quinine that they gave her for her RA and then didn't keep an eye on her eyes. She can do yoyos though and we have done lots of crafts with yoyos. She did the yoyos and I did the table runner and then we added the yoyos.
Bonnie, I am sure the bunny quilt that one of the girls made here is a Bunny Hill pattern. If I think of it, I will ask Rita. They got it as BOM at a quilt show in Sault Ste. Marie a couple of years ago from a quilt shop in North Bay Ont. I think.
W must be on the same wave length because I've come back to this site after a Loooooooooong time off. Love your Sunbonnet showing her panties. but I am jealous for I see your grandbaby and I have none... Not Fair!... but FIRST I want daughters- in - law,,, You know, I'm old fashioned
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Thanks for the nice compliment. Really need to update with newer pictures. I see you love applique also. One favorite is your 30's quilt, love all those colors.
I have loved to sew all my life but quilting became my biggest love interest about 20 years ago. All of your work is beautiful. Isn't it difficult to sew with the silky fabrics? Wish I had kept my Dad's ties!
Oh my word Bonnie, thanks for the comments on my quilt, but I have to give credit to Annie Smith of Simplearts.com - this is a class I took online from her, she also chose the fabrics! I only added a few of my own. It was great fun, but a lot of work!!! :)
Hi Bonnie,sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner. I haven't checked my email for a few days since we were out of town seeing a new grandson that was born last week. He is so cute. I made the Jack's Chain quilt thinking I might get a granddaughter but not yet. I got the pattern out of the book Scraps Organized to Perfection by DeLoa Jones printed in 2002. I know the pattern was also in American Patchwork and Quilting magazine a few years back(or maybe more than a few years). I'll see if I can find it.