Monthly Archives: September 2012

B. J. at Six Months

For my birthday, I got to spend a couple of weeks having B. J. in the house.  He was just six months old and a ton of fun.  He also had the power to make adults be totally silly in

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B. J.’s First Day

Brandon James Alexander Berry came in to the world the evening of January 27, 2012.  You can see from the picture his first day was a day of wonder and exploration.  He was very alert and seemed to be happy. 

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Quilt #18

Yea!  Another Seuss quilt.  I did this for Carter.  I was rewarded with a brilliant smile when he saw it.  I like this one so much I am going to do one for us too.

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Quilt #17

I did this one for the Teen Auction at church.  I really liked the way it turned out.  I also liked the pattern that Carrol used on the longarming.  Be sure to check that out.  

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Quilt #16

Cooper has a Seuss quilt so Colby needed one too, right?  This was supposed to be a fairly random sort of pattern.  You can see it didn’t quite happen that way.  Without realizing I was doing it, I cut everything

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Quilt #15

The Itsy Bitsy Spider pattern for Gary and Cheryl Rinehart’s first grandbaby.  I was working on a deadline for this quilt.  It was an easy pattern that produced a pretty cool quilt.

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Quilt #14

Yeah, I’m partial.  I did two quilts for BJ.  I designed this one myself and even picked out the fabric.  Of course, before I purchased it I had someone in the shop validate it.  

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Quilt #13

Baby quilt for my soon-to-be grandson.  This is one of my favorite patterns (in case you haven’t noticed).  The fabric has bugs and animals all over it.  

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Quilt #12

The nightmare Christmas quilt. When I saw the Jim Shore Santas I knew I wanted to do this quilt. Unfortunately, the pattern was not tested and I made the mistake of cutting everything first. I ended up having to buy

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Quilt #11

Another one of those quilts I would put on my bed.  This one has 292 of those itty bitty 9-patches.  I did it for Allen Isbell.  He is always so generous with his time and expertise and I wanted to

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