This first quilt was made this spring. It is from a class I took by the
Lumber Yard gals here in Yuma, AZ.
This quilt is made from panel that I picked up in Oregon many years ago. I actually bought several of the panels and this is the last.
This one is made from technique called Exploding Pineapples. It is fun to make because you start with a center square and another square the same size and go from there. Here is a link with the instructions:
This quilt was made totally scrappy but there is another one shown on down that I like better at is more planned.
I really like this quilt. The center panel which was probably made many many years ago ended up being donated to Project Linus.
I took it home and this is what I came up with.
Here is the little girl version of the previous quilt. Same story.
Sweetie is holding up this quilt so I can take the picture. I always like to leave bits of him in the photo.
This one is from a pattern in the May/June 2011 issue of
It was fun to make; all 2.5 inch squares.
Here is the second Exploding Pineapple quilt.
That is what I have been working on this season. Thanks for stopping in. I love making these quilts for Project Linus.