End-of-year sewing

Well, I made a t-shirt to erase the awful memory of the pants-that-do-not-fit. The t, another t-n-t pattern, fits perfectly, so I don't know what I did...
But I am getting ready to make a lovely pair of charcoal grey wool pants. (I will measure before cutting.)
I also bound four kiddie quilts and quilted parts of two others for my quilting group. We make them for the local Children's Advocacy Center.
Have spent some time quilting my Bonnie Hunter "En Provence",
and have started cutting for another quilt.
Perhaps today I may try to see what needs to be done to finish my chambray shirt...

Indigo Hunter's Star

One Shibori Layer Cake, and lots of whites

Table topper

My daughter-in-law saw this in a Nancy's Notions Catalog, and really liked it. So I made it for her - super easy, though I did stitch around most of the tree limbs.

about 18" diameter

Two more baby quilts for Children's Advocacy Center



Using a pattern from Deb Roberti

Wheel of Mystery

laser pre-cut batiks by John Flynn

"engineered" corners and marked centers makes this easy to put together