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Wednesday, August 01, 2018

14 and a teeny bit of 15

Today our look back will include 2014 and a little bit from 2015 (are you bored yet?????).  

In February of 2014 I completed work on this needle roll...

You can see further pictures of the outside and the inside by
going to my post HERE  and HERE.

In September I was able to share this...

....which was the 'January' page for the
2014 crazy quilt calendar sponsored by 
Pam Kellogg (KittyandMeDesigns).

By October I was working hard on creating gifts for 
Christmas and this crocheted doily was one of them...

Pattern was found on Ravelry - "Rose Doily #804"


Also in October I completed a commission for one of my crazy quilted purses.  

The pattern is "The Gadabout' and is by Studio Kat Designs

In December I completed work on my second White Cloth, inspired by an online class from Karen Ruane...

Moving on, we will now have a peek at what I was doing in 2015...

In March I completed work on a rose-themed hussif...

You may see more pictures and read more about it HERE and HERE.  

For those of you who appreciate my sense of humor, perhaps you'd like to
be reminded of it by reading my post from March found HERE.  

And if you go to THIS post you can see some of the results of what
was happening in March!

Also in June, I completed this hussif with an Asian theme...

If you would like to see more pictures, have a look HERE.

Another of the anonymous quotes from my collection..."If you have a family that loves you, a few good friends, food on your table and a roof over your head, you are richer than you think"


  1. Anonymous6:26 PM

    Hi Maryanne wow you do such beautiful work,i love seeing the projects that you have made xx

  2. Oh Dear! Just when I think I should make a quilt I am reminded why I do NOT. Math! I still cannot figure out your block quantities. I definitely see all the amazing and wonderful things you create. As for the quote today...I am a very rich person and I am very grateful! <3

  3. I'm just amazed at all you accomplish, Mary Anne. And it's all such intricate work. I love the needle roll. I looked back and saw all the detail work! Wowee!

    1. Thank you Becki! I had SO much fun doing that needle roll and the rose-themed hussif too. Went over the top with both of them, but oh well.

  4. Sweet friend, your handmade creations are simply beautiful and oh, how they put a smile on my face. I love seeing what you make.

    Wishing you a beautiful August! Hugs!

  5. Nope, I could never get tired or indeed bored with seeing your pretties you have imagined. I love the big flashy flower in the centre of your hussif. Did I know you crocheted?? Love that doily!

  6. Still loving those white cloths- how big were they?

  7. Beautiful work, Mary Ann. Great white work too.
    I saw your meringue pie, what a wonder!
    Thanks for sharing. Good quote, we have a lot to be thankful for.


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