Alfalfa’s Quilt

This quilt was made as part of a collaboration with the BMQG for our local Alfalfa’s grocery market. Alfalfa’s hosted the guild’s meeting for free as a non-profit for many years, and the quilt was give to show our appreciation. Here’s a picture of our concept for the quilt’s design. Each of us was assigned a fruit or vegetable to make for the quilt, along with he dimensions so it all fits together. We used paper piecing for the actual vegetables. I was assigned the corn.

So, we were given a deadline and we each went our ways to make our blocks. I made my corn, and here’s a picture of that.

Here’s a few pictures of the quilt after we patched it together and donated it to Alfalfa’s manager. It now hangs above the mantel in the Alfalfa’s dining area.

Sister’s Wedding Quilt

I made this quilt for my sister’s wedding back in 2014 when I started quilting. She said that she wanted a wedding quilt, so I chose this color scheme. My sister likes the warmer colors, and her fiance likes the cooler ones, and I threw in the cream as a neutral to balance it out.

The colors I chose are wine, cream, and navy blue

Here are some images of my progress. For the pattern I was looking for something challenging that involves triangles , so I tried this.

And here is my finished product! I am proud of how it turned out and my sister loved it! It was a challenging pattern but I think I did a good job.

I also decided to throw in a pillow just for fun, so here’s a few pics of that.