Monday, March 19, 2012

Quilts on Monday!

Here it is already Monday again!  The past week just flew by, not sure where all of those hours and minutes went, but they sure did pass quickly.  Miss Marcy is back at Purdue in her "real world" not at home where Mom did nothing but cater to just about her every whim.  I really didn't spoil her growing up, but it won't stop me now! We didn't eat out not that first time, she wanted home cooked dinners and that is exactly what the kid got.  The boys loved having a kitchen that was just as busy as ever when they got home each night and the hubs loved the blueberry bread pudding that came out of the oven in two 13" x 9" pans!  They finished one off the first night, but I knew they would and you just have to have leftovers, right??  Okay, on to the quilts for the week.

First is Bev, I've got a couple of her quilts today.  One sweet little baby quilt and the other one of the boys said reminded them of grape jelly.  If you love purple this is the quilt for you!!  As always Bev's quilts are marvelous! Perfectly pieced and just a dream for me to work with.  Here's Bev's wonderful works of love....

Here's the sweet baby quilt made by Bev...
 Next we have Annie, another gal from New Hampshire who finished this very
modern style baby quilt and we decided to finish it off with the simple loops
stitching design.  It really turned out quite nicely!
 Here is another quilt made by a beginner.  Nancy works with a super sweet gal from
one of the guilds that I'm in and recently gave me her first quilt to help finish.  I
absolutely love the browns and tans that were used in this little lap quilt.  We just
used a meander stitch and it too finished it quite nicely.  Nancy did a great job and
I hope she continues quilting!
Here's the link if you'd like to see additional pictures of these wonderful quilts, don't forget you can click on the pictures for a closer look! Check them out here:

That's it for today, I've got about 10 quilts waiting for me to work on this week and I've got more coming in from Nancy in Pa, and Lisa sent me a message I guess she and Aunt Mil have some more monster quilts coming my way! 

Thanks for checking on me,

love to hear what you've got to say...............


IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Oh spoiling the kids can be fun sometimes. Sounds like you had a great weekend.

Love the quilts. You are sooo lucky to have such fun quilts to work on.


Susan said...

You have been busy...the quilts look great!

Melinda Cornish said...

that blueberry bread pudding is what I am thinking about! YUM