Quilter’s World (February 2009)

Hello Everyone, I hope you had a joyous Christmas. Christmas came and went a bit too quickly for me. But I still enjoyed and cherished the celebration. I will have a few more photos to show you in the next couple of days.


I received my complimentary issues of “Quilter’s World” in which my dolphin pictorial wallhanging is featured:



It was a fun and quick project for me. I used the Fossil Fern Charm Pack from Benartex for most of the construction in addition to some scraps here and there. It was an attempt on my part to “quilt” outside the box as the style differs from my usual traditional style:



The issue also has a paper-doll carrier project that is to die for. It is perfect for any girls of any age! I so want to dive into the project, but first, I have to make sure I meet my quilt deadlines. So, it’s off to work for me.

9 thoughts on “Quilter’s World (February 2009)

  1. You did a beautiful job on the dolphins. And I like the purple and black quilt. I would like to do some simple large squares for a quilt as I don’t have much time to do anything elaborate. I like the idea of using different colors of fabric for a scene. Sounds interesting. Maybe it is something I could do. thanks for sharing.

  2. wow! you dit it again! this looks so so wonderful !
    I wish I could create something like that too ( can you feel my yalous fibe comming your way? lol )
    I am thinking of getting myself a membership to an american quilt magazine but I am not sure if they accept foreign members or not…. so till than I will be content with pictures of your published works of art!
    keep it up …. surprise me with your artyness!

    hugs from the Netherlands
    Winda aka DutchQuilter aka (*ΓΌ*)

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