This is the Fire Escape quilt I made for Lacey for her college graduation. She earned her Bachelor's in Criminal Justice (I think that is what it is.)
Oliver turned six this year. He has Alexander's disease and continues to do well. He is such a sweet little boy. We don't get to see him often due to his parents schedules and are very thankful for the times we do get to spend with him. We had a little party for him with his cousins.
My walls are more of a butter yellow-not as deep or bright as they look in these pictures.
Once again-the yellow is a soft yellow. It's very difficult for me to get the true color for this. I used a tutorial on the internet for tab back curtain panels. They are lined and turned out pretty nice.
This is a baby quilt I made for Ashley. She is expecting her little girl at Christmas. Her nursery color scheme is navy, coral and gray with a touch of mint green. I made drapery panels for her in navy with white dots-like the ones I made for my living room. I also made her an adjustable crib skirt with a cute coral print and some of the navy fabric from the drapes. She is supposed to send me a picture of them when they are all put together in the nursery.
This is the back of the quilt. I didn't know how to put that mint on the front, so I added a little to the back.
Does anyone else have problems with the formatting of blogger? I tried over and over to get the crib quilt to the side with my text on the other side. Blogger would either move the location of the picture, switch it with the picture above, or delete it all together. I always have problems somewhere along the line and then give up. My computer has Vista on it, so that could be the problem. I am hoping to upgrade to Windows 10 next year.