Monday, March 31, 2008

Hugs & Kisses

Here is an older pic of a quilt that I made for my dear friend's first born, Katie. Made entirely from Nancy Halvorsen's Charms Flannel. I loved it so much that I made another one for a colleague and have cut out yet another one and have all the hearts and stars appliqued. I am just waiting for the right baby to give it to. There's nothing better than giving a baby quilt!

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Friday, March 28, 2008

Heritage Quilt

My local quilt guild, The Minnedosa Valley Piecemakers, made this Heritage Quilt for the yearly fundraising raffle. The quilt will be displayed in town until the winner is drawn at the Homecoming Celebrations this coming July.
I quilted it using the Rosie pattern, and now am thinking I should have taken a picture of the back of it as the pattern is just gorgeous!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Jelly Rolls!!!!

NEW DELIVERY! Today I received the Dandelion Girl Jelly Rolls by Fig Tree Quilts for Moda. This line of fabric is so pretty, I think I might keep one for myself, oh, my stash of Jelly Rolls is growing quickly!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Big Block Quilt

A customer quilt, made for her daughter. Made with super soft bright cottons, what little girl wouldn't want to curl up in this.
I quilted it using Wandering Daisies pattern with King Tut thread.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Great Find!!!

During my recent quilting trip to the most beautiful valley in BC, I picked up these two cotton twigs...REAL COTTON...I had to have them for my studio. My new American friends in super warm climates may be thinking, "yeah, so what", but this is pretty spectacular for a small town Canadian!!!! I must thank my dear friend Linda for packing them ever so gingerly for me to carry them on the plane home. Oh, and thanks goes out to Val for insisting we stop at the greenhouse. Who knew I'd find such a treasure.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Crazy Rays

I made this quilt last year for my niece, although she hasn't received it yet because it looks stunning hanging on the wall behind my desk at the shop. Lol. I modified the Crazy Rays Buggy Barn pattern and added 2 extra star sections and used bright bright flannels. She's going to love it...I just have to get it to her.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Giggles Flannel

Look what's new ... Giggles Flannel Charm Squares and Jelly Rolls!!!! So soft and adorable, just in time for spring! The Jelly Rolls are separated for baby girl or baby boy ...

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Strip Search

One of my customers quilts that I had the pleasure of quilting! Pattern is Strip Search, made with Wildrose Jelly Rolls. She modified the pattern by adding sashing and borders and it turned out lovely. I quilted it with King Tut #983 using the Drifting Leaves pattern by Darlene Epp.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Mexican Stars

Take a look at the Mexican Stars wall hanging that I made yesterday at the Guild Workshop with instructor Shirley Kelly. It still needs to be quilted but I couldn't wait to post it!

Wednesday, March 5, 2008


My first official customer quilt! I'm quite pleased with how it turned out.
Quilted using Happy Times by Lorien Designs and King Tut Thread.

Rail Fence

I made this flannel baby quilt a while back and have finally quilted it. This one is so soft and snuggly.

Quilted using Wandering Daisies by Jodi Beamish and King Tut Thread.

Monday, March 3, 2008

The Shop!!!

Welcome to the shop!! We opened this past January and are already busy with customer quilts. And I thought I'd be able to get all my UFOs quilted before they started rolling in...nope, not just yet. :) Actually, I still have a lot of piecing work to do on most of them. But hey, there's plenty of time in 2008 to complete them! In the shop you will find a small selection of Charm Squares, Jelly Rolls, Fat 1/4 Bundles, Layer Cakes, Kits, Patterns, Quilters Dream Batting, Superior Thread and LOTS of inpsiration!!

Olde Town Quiltery is located in the building of the oldest independent weekly newspaper in the Canadian West, The Minnedosa Tribune, established in 1883!! Minnedosa, also established in 1883 is a quaint community nestled in the valley with our very own lake. 125 years young!!