Saturday, December 11, 2010

Hard at work quilting...

I have had the honor of making a few quilts recently for a good friend of mine.  One of the quilts she asked me to make was actually a quilt top that I finished for her. She sent it with a couple from our church who were going to India to visit the orphanage they used to work with.  It was a very special quilt, and when I get the pictures, I will be sure to post them.  ( I completely forgot to take a picture of the quilt before I sent it away... bad me!)
The other quilt I just finished for my friend was made by her request to match the other quilt she purchased from me last month.  This quilt was made by using a technique I learned at the International quilt show I attended back in September.  I was so intrigued by how cool the technique was, I managed to reproduce it from memory.  Can you say "strip piecing"??  I loved this strip piecing technique!  And for all you non-quilters, do not worry... strip piecing is totally G-Rated.


  1. Jen, I want to see that quilt you have pictured. It looks gorgeous.

  2. Where did you get the classic winnie the pooh fabric I saw last year. Did you buy it online? My grandma is trying to make a baby quilt. Thank you so much :)

    - Gina

  3. Hi Gina,
    I did get the Classic Winnie the Pooh online. IT is VERY hard to find, and I had been searching off and on for a few years when I stumbled upon that fabric. I think I purchased it on (The site I sell my items on). I just looked on Etsy, and I was not able to find any Classic Winnie the Pooh, but you can check there... if you go to, select "supplies" in the drop-down menu, and then type in "Classic Winnie the Pooh Fabric" in the search bar... you may find something. Otherwise I would just google Classic Winnie the Pooh Fabric and see what you find. I hope that helps!