In addition to knitting, there was, of course, quilting this year. And lots of it. I can hardly believe it, but I completed 32 quilts this year!
Not all of them were huge – more than half were baby blankets and lap quilts. But and amazing 13 of them were bed-sized quilts (of varying sizes).
Quite a few were fun and scrappy…
Others were coordinated, but just as beautiful
Cat Fancy was probably the most complicated…
But it was a great challenge to my skills.
Celitc Dreams was definitely the most expensive, with not one scrap of fabric bought on sale..
But it’s worth every penny to see Dave curl up under it every night.
Here to 2020 being another incredible year of scraps and stitches!
7 thoughts on “Quilt Year in Review: 2019”
32? WOW!!!! I had no idea. I don’t think I managed to finish one but I did get a lot started lol….
Your quilts are gorgeous! I feel so lucky to have one!
Your quilts have spoiled me; other one’s that I see just aren’t as beautiful as yours!
I’m a quilt snob now…
Happy New Years to you and yours!
Gorgeous quilts! Congratulations on completing so many quilts for friends and family.
Just WOW! I knew you had made quite a few quilts but you averaged almost three quilts a month while pursuing other hobbies like knitting and gardening. Such beautiful quilts also! Happy New Year!
Wow! What lovely projects you put out this year. How could you even choose a fav? And the knits are just as lovely.
I’m glad that the quilting bug bit you but good! Beautiful results…