Anita's quilts and quilting

A professional longarm machine quilter for hire and some of the work I've done.

Quilts finished in 2014

This is a list of the quilts I finish in 2014.

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#1 Ann’s wool applique (February)

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#2 Ann’s snow people quilt (February)

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#3 One for me charity quilt (February)

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#4 Needa’s quilt (March)

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$5 Bobby J’s stocking table topper (April)

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# 6 Bobby J’s Bunny bloom table topper (April)

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#7 Bobby J’s kissing bunnies quilt (April)

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#8 Bobby J’s quilt stores she visited quilt (April)

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#9 Nancy’s quilt for great granddaughter (April)

#10 Ruth's quilt

#10 Ruth’s quilt (March)

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#11 Sheila’s memory quilt (April)

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#12 Ann’s Grandma and Me quilt (May)

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#13 Joanne’s quilt (May)

# 14 Jeanine’s modern Christmas quilt (May)

# 14 Sheila's monster trucks quilt

# 15 Sheila’s monster trucks quilt (June)

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#16 Neda’s touch of red quilt (June)

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#17 Nancy’s fair entry (July)

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#18 My fair entry (August)

2 comments on “Quilts finished in 2014

  1. Sara
    March 3, 2015

    I am new to your blog. I have read both the quilting and the frugal blog. I just love them. In an earlier post you had mentioned what to do with extra quilts….long story start… brother who had developed brain cancer had to go to a nursing home after surgery the week he arrived an older woman brought him in a quilt with his name sewed into it. He loved that quilt he said it reminded him of mom. He came to live with me shortly after and passed with my family around him. I still have that quilt. Crying now. Maybe you could bless a family of a cancer patient or a nursing home resident. I seen so many sitting outside of their rooms with no blankets laid in their laps.

    • Na Na
      March 3, 2015

      I do make charity quilts quite often. I donated only 6 last year but hope to do more this year since I’m no longer working full time. I make quilts for homeless men and for nursing home residents too. I also donate to other causes. For example when someone is trying to raise money for a cause that is on a news report. A cause like a family burned out. A person needing a medical procedure. Or something like that. I donate a quilt that I always sign as {A. Nony Mouse} to be used as a raffle item. One of my past charity quilts raised seven thousand dollars for the down payment on a mobile spay and neuter clinic.

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