Tag: Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt

The Cottage Journal 11.05.2021

The sampler quilts are finished! I didn’t name them until I chose the background and sashing fabrics for each – then everything seemed to fall into place. They are my Jesus and Mary quilts. My father-in-law was a devout Catholic – he didn’t talk… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 11.05.2021”

The Cottage Journal 10.20.2021

So I guess this is the continuing saga of the sampler quilts… there is light at the end of the tunnel! Finished the quilting on the first sampler yesterday and am binding it today. Next is piecing the quilt top together on the second… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 10.20.2021”

The Cottage Journal 10.04.2021

I’ve finished 104 blocks (out of 111) on my sampler quilt. Only 7 more to go. (Of course, there will be a lot more work to do even when the blocks are done. And did I mention that I am making 2 of each… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 10.04.2021”

The Cottage Journal 09.21.2021

I’m working with templates on this sampler quilt. There are a lot of them and most of them are pretty small. Accuracy has been a challenge – one that I’ve met – until I came to quilt block #38. It’s called Four Winds. I… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 09.21.2021”

The Cottage Journal 09.13.2021

When I first began this sampler quilt a couple of weeks ago, I envisioned working on it along and along – maybe making just one block a week or whenever I had a few spare moments. It was going to be one of those… Continue Reading “The Cottage Journal 09.13.2021”