The Best of 2020

This post is inspired by Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs. We are encouraged to share our top 5 blog posts of the year. It’s up to us how we choose them. Oh, but it was SEW very hard to narrow it down to only 5!!! So much of my quilting is totally fun and I LOVE it. How to choose? How to choose? Scroll down and enjoy!

#1 Favourite Quilt Picture

The blog post with my favourite quilt picture is the one from February with the Island Batik Log Cabin Blog Hop. My husband and I went to a local park (Campbell Valley) and took a picture of the quilt with it’s reflection in the water.

#2 My Proudest Quilting Accomplishment and a fun Pandemic experience

This POST talks about International Quilter’s Day and how we were all disappointed that we couldn’t quilt together. So many people hung quilts outside for others to enjoy!

The same blog post talks about how I learned to piece curves with CONFIDENCE! I took a workshop at the guild and used the Accuquilt die to cut out the pieces. I no longer have a fear of curves!

#3 Elephant No. 1

I love Elephants. A fun baby quilt got a lot of attention. This POST shows it’s finish,

I find it amazing that this simple quilt was loved by so many!!! But I must admit, I love it, too!

#4 Elephant No. 2 is quite different

This quilt took a LONG time in coming to it’s final being. It did sit for a LONG time on my design wall. However, when it was finished it was well worth the wait! Visit the post HERE.

Ellie the Elephant

Is quite different from the other 2. But I love her all the same.

#5 The most fun quilt a-long

The Winnie the Pooh Quilt-a-Long was a LOT of fun! And I ended up with the CUTEST quilt! Thanks to Lorna from Sew Fresh Quilts with the free pattern and permission for me to host the Quilt-A-Long. (You can access the pattern HERE.)

Make sure to visit Meadow Mist Designs and see what other quilters have chosen for their “Best of 2020!”

One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

Happy Quilting!  


28 thoughts on “The Best of 2020

  1. Loved the reflection photo & as I like photographing my quilts outdoors too, think I’ll keep that one in mind. I also loved the public, yet private quilt hanging. Ingenious in this time of turmoil. All this talk of curved piecing has me thinking I’ll try and get over the scary side & try it again. too. Thanks for the inspirations & take care.

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  2. Gail those are all so cute, but I love that little elephant with the green and grays, Especially that lovely blue eye! Looking forward to seeing where you go in 2021.

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