Sunday, June 2, 2019

Time for an Update on my last WIP post

Lots of finishes coming together and I realized that it has been several months since I shared some of them, so decided I should put a set of blog posts together to document and talk about a few of them in particular. This post I'll focus on the finishes from the last 3 quilts I was posting about. Come back soon for more!

After quilting this one, Holly Berries in the Snow, I threw it out over the snow in front of my shop!
bad lighting, but you can kind of see the quilting....

After binding it was still snowy outside and I was able to hang it from a pole at my house with Grand Coulee Dam in the background.

My 2015 "WATER" Row by Row Experience quilt, A Columbia River Story, is now complete and hung at the Tri-Cities Quilt Show in March and received an Honorable Mention ribbon too!


Also got a special ribbon for Fly Free at the same show. 

I was also working on a "Sew Musical" 2018 Row by Row Experience Quilt ...which I have now named Tribute to RB (my dad). This has been donated to Monterey Bay Academy as a fundraiser for roadworks in memory of my dad. I'll post more later about this quilt and 2 or 3 others that are being donated with information about how you can help out in the fundraising and perhaps be able to get these quilts into your own possession! Stay tuned.

Both of these have also been donated and there will be possibly one more.

Linking up with Wednesday Wait Loss - Thanks Jennifer!
Brag About your Beauties-a pageant of finishes!

and Monday Making


  1. What a collection of finishes to share! So many beautiful the Holly Berries. Gorgeous! The Row by Row quilts are wonderful and a great memory of the shops you visited. The charity quilts will be so welcome! Thanks for sharing this all on Wednesday Wait Loss.

  2. That picture with the Grand Coulee in the background is beautiful! What a lovely way to capture your fabulous finish!