I unearthed some ancient quilts while cleaning closets. I think this one was the second quilt I ever made. It was with leftover poly/cotton pieces from the first. It’s only about 20 inches square.
Here’s another very early piece. Somewhere, I had gotten these pieces of decorator fabric samples. Clearly, it could have benefited from more quilting!
I made this for Mr. Wonderful and he had it hanging in his office for too many years.
I think this was my first (and maybe last?) quilt made from following a magazine pattern.
This is the newest of this bunch. I was finally finding my style.
I’m not sure what to do with these. I wouldn’t use any, except possibly the tumbler. They take up space, but I can’t quite bear to throw them out or drop them at the thrift shop.
It is good to look back and see how far I’ve come. Have a great day!
Isn’t it fun to look back at how your style and skills have changed over the years! Thanks for sharing.
The spools quilt is lovely ! Hang it in your sewing studio !
I think the Amish one would work for you too. Maybe start a small quilt wall if you don’t have one already. Or like someone else said roll them up and put in a basket. It’s fun to see some of your early work. Hugs,
I’ve taken some of my older minis, rolled them up, put them in a basket or pitcher, and used them in my decorating. They still get displayed, but just a pop of color rather than the whole quilt. Love the thimbles quilt with those deep, vibrant colors!
Love the quilt with spools…would be perfect for my studio. Would you happen to know what yhe name of the pattern is?