Blue and Pink Diamonds covers the top of our queen-size bed. That's the 5-year quilt which took about 10 years to do, off and on. As mentioned before, I fussy-cut and sewed the entire thing by hand.
The small Half-Square Triangles quilt at the top, underneath the Baby, was fussy-cut but everything else was done by machine. Yes, that's when I bought my sewing machine. I don't know why I waited so long to do so.
The blues in the Blue and Yellow quilt are from a jelly roll of blue Kaffe Fassett fabrics from Intown Quilters. The yellows are white muslin that I cut and dyed different shades of yellow with Rit dye.
The reds and white quilt are based on the City Tracks pattern by Cherri House. The white is muslin, the reds are from a jelly roll of batiks from Intown Quilters.
The Yellow, Orange, and White quilt is the first one made entirely from stash. It includes more batiks from the batik jelly roll, yellows left over from the Blue and Pink Diamonds and the Blue and Yellow quilts, and fat quarters that was all or mostly orange, yellow or white.
Below are more stash quilts, for 2013.
Red, Black and White One-Patch. The little slips of paper bobby-pinned on are the measurements of each piece of fabric so I calculate how many 4.5 inch patches I can get from each piece.
Based on my calculation, there are 120 black patches, 74 white patches, and 142 reds, for a total of 336 patches. Not sure how I'm going to go about designing the quilt. I could go ahead and cut out all the patches and then lay them out, but I also want to save some of the black for the binding...
And here are possible pieces for a Purples and Greys quilt. I may take out the busy print in the top left. Not sure what pattern to make with this. They're all fat quarters except for the 2.5 inch strips, again from the batik jelly roll.
As I was laying this out, the difference between the warm and cool greys became really apparent, if not in this picture.