What are you most proud of?
I lost only one point and that by only a tiny amount.
What you will need
100% cotton jelly rolls and yardage.
Q&A with Ladymax
Joyce copestick asked:
This project is lovely...you are so clever......I am sure this is harder than 2 on the difficulty scale. Your projects are so inspirational.
I am glad you find them inspiring. Please note that I have been quilting for one year and learned all that I know from Quilting Quickly I and II on the craftsy web site. Jenny Doan is a great teacher and has marvelous ideas to make things easy.
WOW ONE year!! that's incredible. You certainly have a talent for it. I especially like the colors in this one. They say the colors will make or break a quilt...I think, only in the eyes of the beholder...as some colors appeal to some people and other colors to other people...but, this one is definitely one I love the colors of.
Many thanks. I am really addicted, in that year I have made over 30 small quilts.
incredible! 30 quilts! I thought making about 16 in 2 years was a great feat! But, there's hubby, and work, and kids and 2 surgeries that have slowed me down...maybe this year I'll get more made? But, mine go anywhere from lap size to twin to king size.
I have it easier than you. I am retired and my son is very grown up. My husband does a lot of carpentry work.
Very pretty! I'm amazed at how much you've accomplished! What size is a lap quilt for a wheelchair? My MIL could use one of these.
I do them about 35" x 45", but I would suggest that you measure to see what would be comfortable for your MIL and her location. Warmer locations do not need to be as long and colder locations need the length to wrap around the feet. Also it depends if the person goes out or stays in. I hope this help. If not send me the info you need.