I have created this blog, so I can keep track of the quilts I complete.*
Another member of the forum made these log cabin blocks--I just assembled them and finished the quilt. It was given as a comfort quilt to a woman going through treatment for breast cancer.
Quilter's cotton top and back; fleece batting
Made with leftover four patches from my son's deer quilt.
Quilter's cotton top and back; poly batting
Flannel top and back with poly batting
76" x 96"
Cotton top, cotton batting, flannel back--75" x 90"
First table topper. Log cabin blocks (made by Javin22) set on point. Cotton top, fleece batting, cotton back.
Top is wool-blends, batting is wool, backed and bound with flannel.
Quilter's cotton top, poly batting, muslin backing
Layers: Outside fabric, flannel, Insulbrite, flannel, outside fabric
D9P is cotton top and muslin back with poly batting--lap-size
Baby blanket is a panel, cotton top and flannel back with poly batting
I made this for my stepdaughter. It is flannel top and back with poly batting. Large lap-size and quilted in a grid pattern. The back is an ikat print flannel.
The second quilt is for donation--I made it while I was waiting for the YBR backing to wash and dry and while my glue basting dried. Again flannel top and back and poly batting.