Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Super hero progress

I haven't had much time to work on this in the last week or so. School's coming to an end and I've been doing a lot of running around with the kids, or picking up a couple extra shifts at work. But I did make some progress.



Linking up to Moving it Forward.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Super hero quilt-getting bigger

Made a little more progress yesterday during our snow storm.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Snow AGAIN!

It's snowing again!!!

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Super hero progress

Yesterday I worked on the super hero quilt some more. I had a challenge with measuring and cutting fabric to size I needed. So took a break, and when I came back it all worked out.

Monday, May 6, 2019

Super hero quilt small progress

I made a little bit of progress yesterday. It turned out to be a nice day after the rain left.

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Super hero quilt section 1

I made a little bit of progress on the super hero quilt. Spent a lot of time outside, it was our nicest day so far.

Saturday, May 4, 2019

The start of a super hero quilt.

My youngest has been after me for a while now to make him a super hero quilt. So yesterday I started laying out fabric and graphing an idea for a quilt.

I have a plan all sketched out. Now to put it into fabric.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Monday, April 22, 2019

Oh my stars!

I finished the top of the oh my stars I spy quilt.



I decided to give leaders and enders a try again. So while piecing the top, I started sewing 2.5" I spy squares together.



I'm thinking a postage stamp I spy quilt. But I need lots more variety in my squares.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Very little progress

I made a little progress on my I spy oh my stars quilt. Because it was 60* outside. Hard to believe most of the snow is gone already. Spent most of the day outside. Had to enjoy it today, since tomorrow is 100% chance of rain.

Monday, April 15, 2019

The start of another I spy quilt

I started another I spy quilt. This time I'm using my 5"squares. I'm using Pat Sloan's Oh my starspattern.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

I spy

During the snowstorm, between cuddling my sick kid, I managed to get an I spy with my top done.

Friday, April 12, 2019

Snow and a baby quilt.

Wednesday around 3PM, they called off school for Thursday. This is what it was like outside.



Thursday morning:



Throughout the day it snowed, thundered, lightening, hailed and sleeted. I spent the day cuddling a sick little boy, coughing and high fever.



Friday (today) school was two hours late. Woke up to it still snowing.



I finished this baby quilt about two weeks ago. Can't believe I haven't shared it yet. Someone my husband works for is expecting a baby. His wife is getting induced today! Lucas asked him what kind of baby blanket they would like. He said one with Case IH tractors. The baby is a girl. I wasn't very happy that my husband asked. But after spending a day on the internet searching I found a panel with tractors on it that was girly.



I than spent a week coming the internet looking for a pattern. I seen this quilt posted by Jo.



And I drafted out the size stripsi would need and made this:

Thursday, April 11, 2019

ABC book

I made an ABC book for my niece for her 2nd birthday. pattern I used.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

FAL Q2 List

I finished 5 projects off of my FAL Q1 list. Yet my list has grown!

1. I Spy Jar Quilt. I have fabric collected for this, debating on the background and jar lids.



2. Halloween Mini quilt. I started this last year before Halloween, didn't finish it before Halloween and tucked it away.



3. Lowercase rag letters to go with the upper case ones I made last list.



4 and 5. I found some chalkboard fabric at walmart. I found two patterns I want to make with it. A tic tac toe board and a small chalkboard for my youngest to practice his letters on.



6. A drawstring bag for the rag letters.



7. A superhero quilt.



8. My niece is expecting her 2nd baby, and I think this is the quilt I'm going to make.



9. A rainbow quiet book.



10, 11, and 12. 3 I spy quilts. (I'm sure I could make more with my collection of novelty fabric!)



13. Seeing Stars quilt.



14. A memory bear for my Aunt. I'm tempted to tell her I can't. I'm not sure how to work with this fabric.



15.Apple Mini



16. ABC quilt.



17. A rainbow Irish Chain quilt(this picture was taken from the web.) I have some neutral 2.5" blocks cut and put in a ziplock, I have a bunch of 2.5" colored squares sorted into their colored boxes.



18. House quilt-I have all kinds of colored scraps saved and I have this pattern bought, found this picture on the internet and this is what my goal is, a rainbow house quilt.



19. With all my rainbow scrappy chunks, I want to make this crumb quilt.



20. Scrappy Rainbow Stars Quilt.



21. I want to make a whole bunch more quilted hearts.



22. Something from this owl fabric for a niece.



23. Something from this walking dead fabric.



24. I have a bunch of scraps of felt left over and plan on making a red hulk mask for my son and some sesame street bean bags for a niece.



I'm sure there is a lot more projects lying around in my room but I'll leave it at this. FAL Q2 list.