Ditigal Quilt Memory Lane
I learned several things:
- I used to be much thinner and younger.
- I have a lot of great memories and had to try and stay focused on the task.
- I used to be much more productive in my quilt production.
- Apparently 2011 was the year of starting new things (house, job, and many quilts). Not so good on the finishing.
- And I need to get my butt in my quilt studio (the Quilt Cave as Steve calls it) and the GYM!
Michelle's Abbreviated Quilt Journey:
My First Quilt (1998) However, this photo was in 2003 on the day my sister brought Madeline home, I flew in from Chicago)
As many of you have heard, I took a quilting break after my grandmother passed, but started up again when I heard my sister was pregnant with Madeline. Here is me working on Maddie's 1st quilt (in our house in Chicago) and Lee opening it up at the shower:
In 2004, I made a Quilt for my brother in-law for graduating law school. This was the first time I did pieced sashing and triple applique - and I thought I was going to kill Fons and Porter for the idea...
One of my all time favorites (it's in the girl's guest room). This was from one of the Generation's Friday Nights. I really need to make another one of these.
2009; the Hunter Star Phase... Several of the FuN girls took a class at Generations. I think Kathy and Keeley did more of the teaching.. I still need to quilt this Quilt. I did make 2 others that I gave as gifts that year. Mary Marge helped me quilt them on her new Gammill.
This table runner, was a Christmas gift for Lee.. OMG, I thought Mo was going to kill me for trying to figure out a mystery pattern with Fat Quarter.. that Friday night. I don't know how many times we had to re-calculate.
And then, I swear, other than the Pennington Quilt Samples, I think this is the only quilt I finished in 2011.... Started plently...
I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I did. It actually was a FuN Quilt Club memory lane too. I love my quilt group in PA. We have so much fun, I just wish I could get over there more.