Sunday, December 29, 2013

Looking Back 2013 ~ Part 1

Tis the season. The time to look back and reflect on the past year. Here are my quilts from 2013~


The largest single block of the year at 61" x 63" ~ Courthouse Steps
The cuddliest quilt ~ AMH Flannel Hexagons, backed in voile with no batting
The "friendliest" quilt for 2013 ~ my Redbird Bee quilt


The quilt that's been repeated the most ~ Starburst
The biggest stretch of a traditional design ~ oversize Trip Off the World
The most excited I was about a fabric line this year ~ Dilly Dally in Flea Market Fancy


The quilt that made me smile the most ~ Big Hugs Little Kisses for my new baby grandson, Sam
My biggest {permanent} goof of the year ~ Candy Necklace


My biggest stash buster for 2013 ~ modern Log Cabin
My favorite quilt to make {by far} ~ Marcelle Medallion


The quilt whose fabrics have been in my stash the longest ~ Hourglass with pieces from every Amy Butler collection


The most unplanned quilt ~ Nine Block Sampler designed and created one block at a time
The biggest Starburst ~ I added extra rows for a lap size quilt!

I'll be back in a day or two to finish up the year!!

14 comments:

  1. Great calendar so far - looking forward to part two!

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  2. All beautiful! You have accomplished so much this year and it is only through June so far :)

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  3. They are incredible! I wish I had half your talent!

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  4. All the quilts are gorgeous!!! I'm wondering how you are able to complete three quilts a month! What's your secret?

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  5. Wow! You have created so many fabulous quilts this year....I can't wait to see Part 2. :)

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  6. Amazing year! I love the descriptions you assign to each. Beautiful work, all.

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  7. They are all gorgeous! Congrats!

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  8. That was the best presentation of work ever! Loved the mini album feel of the months, great descriptions of content. Now can you get every blogger to do a year in review this concise

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  9. What a beautiful and inspiring set of pictures! It must be so satisfying to see all your work neatly displayed like this. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the year!

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  10. I'm so looking forward to seeing what gorgeous quilts you have up your sleeve in 2014!

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  11. Very pretty! You've made some lovely quilts there. My two favourites are the spin cycle block one you did as a bee in a January, and the chain one you call your biggest goof. What went wrong?

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