Here you see a lap quilt featuring the embroidery cat designs. So cute.
I do labels for the backs of all my quilts.
Here you see wonderful Lorelie florals mixed with embroidery designs from another embroidery CD with a Paris theme. This small lap throw was gifted to my friend Cathy ... she and her husband went to Paris a few years back and she was delighted to get my Paris quilt.
Distorted photo but nonetheless it captures the cute whimsical and very colorful cats from the Lorelei line. This quilt just left with my friend Jean and her husband Ed who were my visitors for a few days.
I have a lot of Lorelei fabrics left to create with so stay tuned. And if you did not see them before, please scroll down to the Card Camp at Pat's house a few weeks ago. She made THE cutest greeting cards using some of the Lorelie fabrics.
Here is my first Dresden Plate quilt. Lots of boo-boos on this because I applied the Dresden design to the white block and then sized the block 2 inches out from the Dresden point. My bad... My friend Yvonne who did a Dresden said she sized the block and then put the design on it and that created a nice uniform block. My mistake was not realizing that the points on each of the Dresden designs did not lay the same so 2 inches on one block was not 2 inches on another. I had to resize some of the blocks and needless to say this quilt will remain here with me, boo-boos and all... and next time I will know what not to do. Still, the colors are pretty, doncha think?