2019 Finishes

It’s been a fun exercise to list everything I’ve finished. I often forget everything I’ve done and having it all in one place is an excellent reminder. Here’s the big list:

Mandolin Quilt

Pattern by Tales of Cloth and fabric is Dance of the Dragonfly. My plan is to hang it on the wall at my therapy office. It’s my hope the quilt will bring joy and hope to the people I see.


Allie the Owl

I’m pretty sure I will be making Elizabeth Hartman patterns for forever. My sister-in-law is having a baby girl and her theme was purple owls so this pattern seemed fitting. I wasn’t able to get back how angry it turned out, so I imagine it’s a warrior owl that protects babies from bad dreams. img_3195

Death by Triangles

The official name of this quilt is Moda Modern Building Blocks 2014, but there are so many stinking triangles in this quilt that I saw fit to rename it. It was so freaking huge that I wasn’t able to have it all spread out for a final photo. A friend hired me to make it and I sent it out for quilting because this monster was HUGE. There was no way I wanted to haul it through my domestic sewing machine.



I love Baby Richardson!

A friend of mine was able to have her sweet baby after years of struggling with infertility. It was an amazing joy to be able to gift this family a quilt.


Violet Craft Peacock

This would be my first ever English Paper Piecing finish and I love it! It makes an amazing pillow, and I’m in love with the fussy cut eye.


A little doll quilt

My daughter’s little friend got a crib for her baby doll and the baby doll didn’t have any bedding. Obviously, a quilt was required. It’s a lot of fun to be able to whip a little something up for kids or their friends.