Tuesday, April 28, 2015

More Projects

I've been working on several smaller projects while I was avoiding General Jack. Here are some pillowcases made for the children's hospital in Ann Arbor.

My local quilt shop is offering Kim Diehl's Whatnots Club. Here are my first two little quilts. These are so much fun to make and I love the fabrics. So far, I'm up to date, too.


The annual Habitat for Humanity Quilt Show and Auction was another huge success. My friends started this fund raiser at their church fourteen years ago and have raised $148,499 to date.These were my donations this year: Frozen pillowcases, needle keeps and a little purse.



Covered an old office chair for my sewing room. It's amazing how the sewing themed fabric transformed an ugly chair into one I'm happy to have in my room.


Linking up with Freemotion By The River!
Still working on the picture problem....

10 comments:

Marly said...

What a lot of beautiful creations .I love your chair; my DH needs a re-covered chair so I'm interested in how you did it. Did you have a pattern?

PaulaB quilts said...

H for H is such a worthwhile org, and this auction is a great way to help for those of us who are better with a needle than a hammer.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

I love your chair! I, too, keep busy making pillowcases for ConKerr (kids with cancer); such a worthwhile activity and sure to bring smiles to the young recipients who so desperately need something to smile about. Our youth at church even got in on the action and stitched up a few too with their friends.

Cindy P said...

Hey, those Amish quilting girls up top look AWFULLY familiar!

I love all your stuff. The chair is very spiffy.

I like the Kim Diehl designs too. They're still our fabrics but the colors are richer. And not a white in the bunch!

andrea @ tideline quilts said...

You've been busy! While I love all the projects, the chair is fantastic! So much fun movement and life in the fabric you choice - and WOW! what a beautiful job!

Sally Hurley said...

Those little quilts are beautiful. And the happy chair is happy!

TLC said...

Great charitable creations for such a winning cause. I think Josh might have fixed my blog issue. Let's see if this comment makes it to your email inbox. :) Missed you in Shipshewana.

Susan In Texas said...

Love the chair! Now you're giving me ideas. :)

Take care,
Susan in Texas

Judy S. said...

You've really been busy! Love that chair! You did an awesome job on it. Habitat is a great organization, and you made some wonderful things for its auction.

SuperMomNoCape said...

Lots of great projects that you've finished. I love that chair!!