I decided just to create one epic post to catch-up on quilts and then another to catch-up on everything else.
So without further adieu...
This quilt is one that I made for a teacher with whom I work. She wanted a baby quilt for her step-daughter who was expecting a little boy named Levi.
I really liked the colors in this quilt. The browns and blues are pretty calming, in my opinion. I forgot to take a picture of the back, but I used the same blue flannel that I used in the sashing. It was crazy soft and perfect for little Levi to snuggle.
The next quilt was one that I actually finished last year, but only recently finished quilting. It has some great redwork, embroidery pieces sewn into the blocks that make me really love it. I free-motion quilted some Christmas trees on the pinwheel blocks. It was something new for me, but I really liked them.
In February, I posted Serendipitous Countdown to Christmas which earned the "Serendipitous" part of its name from the second quilt that could be made from the "discarded" portions cut after you made the blocks. I finally finished the second quilt: Christmas Leftovers
Finally, this is a quilt that I made when we went on our Julian trip. (I didn't even get a chance to blog about that either...but it happened.) It is quite possibly the easiest quilt that I have ever made. I took some charm squares and "snowballed" opposing corners. Easy-peasy.
There. That wasn't so bad, huh? All caught up in quilts.