Making the switch in 2015

I have decided to make the switch from Blogger to Wordpress.  I am involved in another group blog called Hexagon Alley.  We have moved Hexagon Alley to Wordpress due to commenting issues. So I looked into it and decided to switch my blog as well. It will be completely functional by Monday, January 5.
Please meet me there for current and future posts about my quilting adventures by clicking on this link.

Wow!! Year end totals for 2014

These are my year end totals...  I was quite surprised with the results. This is the main reason I blog about my quilting is to keep track of the projects/quilts worked on in the year. Click on the links to see the complete picture list.

55 total quilts completed only on my long arm in 2014 for charities or customers.  Other people did the piecing.

This is the break down of the 55 Charity Quilts:

19 Customer quilts completed on my long arm.

Kindred Spirits Community Quilters = 25 quilts
Bethany Community church Prayer Quilts = 11 quilts

10 projects like bags and wall hangings completed by me.

Here are a few pics:

Thanks for stopping by... and here's to praying 2015 is just as much of a blessing!!

Please click on Lily's Quilts Fresh Sewing Day to see other year end finishes.

Mug Rug marathon...kind of

I made 6 mug rugs for Christmas gifts but I only took pictures of 2 of them...sorry.

I made 2 mug rugs with these hexies.

These are the last 2 mug rugs I have made for my friend Robyn.

I also made 2 mug rugs for my brother in this same pattern using Christmas fabric.

The last charity quilt for 2014

One of my customers gave me a lap quilt top and backing to complete on the long arm and then donate to the charity I quilt for (KSCQs).  It was one of her first quilts she ever finished. I think it turned out well! I used a new pantograph but have forgotten the name.  I will look when I am home.  I used Wonderfil thread in a pale yellow.

 The front.

 The Front up close

 The Back.

The back up close.

Thank you Sue for this donation to the Kindred Spirits Community Quilters!