I made this fun Disappearing Nine Patch Table runner. It finishes at 20 x 50 inches... perfect for the top of our computer desk.
I made two custom baby quilts. They were commissioned by my husband's boss to be given to two of their clients.
I finished this Thimbleberries Sampler and gave it to my mom for her birthday.
I then made this Nursery Quilt. I also call it my Batik Machine Quilting Sampler.
I got nine baby blankets ready for some boy scouts to tie for a Merit Badge. Here is Cheetah tying one of them.
I finished hand quilting this little mini quilt. It is nice to have a small example of hand quilting to pass around when I am explaining quilting to non-quilters.
I also finished hand quilting this Silly Bear quilt which my Grandma Mildred hand painted.
I then finally got serious about Cheetah's Simply Woven quilt. It was a great relief to have this finished. (I had really been procrastinating.)
I also made a little mini quilt for his Wolf. (No doll quilts for my Cheetah!)
I then quilted and bound these two tops which were pieced by JoAnn.
I made two
I made this cute little train pillow with scraps given to Panda by a sweet friend at one of the local quilt shops.
I also made this cute bee panel into a pillow for Panda. He did most of the work with the yarn. It was a cute kit we purchased together at a nearby knitting and crochet shop.
I had taken a class from Paula Reid in 2011 and finally finished a top we started in her class. It was donated to a local charity. (I did a fun zig-zag stitch on the binding.)
I also finished quilting and binding these three quilt tops.
Looking back, I have NO idea how I ever got so much done in the month of March. However, it was awesome to finish so many UFO's and new projects.