• Finished Quilts in 2010

    Click pictures for full details! Julia's Field of Blessings See Mom, I *Can* Make Snowmen in Texas! All Shook Up Pansies & Primroses Vintage Spring Vintage Baby A Bad Copy
  • Finished Quilts in 2009

    Click pictures for full details! Sunshine & Swimming Pools Loving Hands Boy Woogies Carina's Quilt Front Charity Quilt 1 Charity Quilt 2
  • Finished Quilts: Previous Years

    My sister's quilt Elena's Signature Quilt Cosmic Spiral Simona's Flower Garden ...And Everything Nice The Wool Quilt The Original Woogie
  • Finished Craft Projects

    Traveling Car Playmat Brown Bear Matching Cards
  • Finished Girls’ Dresses & Costumes

  • Quilt To Do List

    *Julia's "Baby" Quilt
    *Bethlehem Quilt
    *Kaffe Fassett String Quilt
    *Star Happy Batik Quilt
    *Red & Tan Single Wedding Ring Quilt (blocks made)
    *Batik Charm Square Quilt
    *Lingerie Quilt
    *Purple & Gold Mystery Quilt (just needs quilting!)
    *Eagle paper-pieced Quilt (@ half pieced)
  • Other Craft Project To Do List

    *Alphabet Matching Card Game
    *Apple/Pear Dress for Elena
    *Pillow Case Dress for Julia
    *Knit Dress for Elena (need to do post!)
    *Knit Shorts for Me

Georgetown Quilt Show

I meant to post this earlier so anyone that wanted to go to this show had time, but oops!  I only found out about it yesterday and just did a quick trip with the family to Georgetown (north of Austin) to see the quilts.  The city’s Annual Red Poppy Festival is also going on today so a perfect day to visit!

It really is just a small show, but I did take a couple pictures along the way and bought a couple things, supporting some of the great vendors.

Some of my favorite things at the show were the challenge blocks — all poppies!  I think these could make some great quilts!

I also liked this quilt.  Not generally my thing being *so* folksy, but just seems like a great way to use some fabric scraps you have around as well as some big pieces of your fabric favorites.  And I just read the description (impossible to do at the show with the girls), and it appears to be a raffle quilt for 4H — pretty cool!:

I’ve seen versions of this through the years, but this one particularly appealed to me because of the use of batiks:

And finally here’s Elena’s favorite.  She made me take pictures of a couple different quilts, but she proclaimed this as the cutest!  I have no plans to make a Sunbonnet Sue quilt, though — she’ll just have to enjoy this picture!

And the park outside the facility had a great blooming garden maintained by the Georgetown Garden Club — it was beautiful!  I  might just have to finish a quilt quickly so I can go take pictures of it on one of the walls with all the flowers in the foreground — no better backdrop than such pretty blooms!

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