This isn't everything, but here is a lot of what I made in 2012 ...
The HST gingham selvage quilt. It is still in quilt top form, but is on the to-do list for finishing.
Selvage Heart Pillow. This was for my daughter and stays on her bed.
Fun Fabric Ant Farm Quilt. It is hard to tell in this pic, but the sashing is white fabric with ants crawling everywhere. This was for my son and is one of his everyday quilts for his bed.
Making Every Scrap Count Selvage Mini Wall Quilt.
This was so fun to make. My Husqvarna Emerald 183 Sewing Machine recreated in Lego!
Then I made one for Cindy of Live a Colorful Life. This is her Elna.
I Spy Quilt for my niece.
Quispamsis qplex Mini Quilt.
Patchwork quilt done in all Brandon Mably fabrics. This is still in quilt top form, but once quilted it is for our TV room couch.
Earth Day Selvage Quilt. One of my favourites of the year, just because it was an idea I had forever and I finally got it made.
This is my Selvage Mummy. It is a 2011 quilt, but this year it hung in the National Juried Show -- Quilt Canada. So that is off the bucket list. Another show highlight for me this year was that my 2010 Selvage Sampler hung at the Carrefour Europeen du Patchwork in France in the Tradition in Transition Curated Show and is currently hanging in Toronto.
Mr. Halloween patchwork Quilt.
This year I was featured as an "Unexpected Quilter" in The Quilt Life Magazine in a lovely piece by Meg Cox (I thought it was cool I was the first Canadian textile artist to be shown in this feature). I also showed up in The Canadian Quilter Magazine and an Australian quilting magazine.
I Spy Quilt for my nephew.
This was going to be for my daughter, but after I sewed the rows together, I decided instead to donate it to our guild who finish quilts for Victoria Quilts. This will make two Victoria Quilts.
I had some fun buying fabric this year.
Ghastlies Halloween Spiderweb Quilt.
My best of the year (IMHO): The Selvage Skeleton.
This Lighthouse Quilt of mine is one of the first I ever made and this year I entered it in the KVQG show. It won a judge's choice ribbon.
This quilt is still a work in progress. I am calling it "Night of the Living Thread"
Halloween Disappearing Nine-Patch Jumbo Pillow.
See? I can do traditional if I force myself.
Another Halloween pillow.
Totally random, but I know I didn't blog it here before. We found a "carrot boot." Tess ate it. She said it was YUMMY.
Christmas Tree Selvage Quilt.
Christmas Pillow and Christmas Disappearing Nine Patch.
So we'll see what happens quilt-wise in 2013. Thanks so much to everyone who stopped by and shared 2012 with me! Happy New Year!
Posted by Riel Nason