Since so much is going on, I think I will just post the pics and offer an explanation in the captions. No need for extra narration, right??
|Anita is making this fun crayon quilt. I think it will be wall-hanging size, |
but don't quote me on that! I will follow up.
|Before I even arrived, Georgia had finished this block for the |
Mill Girls quilt along that she is in. I love this quilt.
|So after finishing her Mill Girls block, Georgia pulled out this UFO of a Stack and Whack project. |
The floral is a Kaffe Fassett fabric. Looks spectacular!
|Kay only needed to apply the borders of this very cool gray and yellow quilt. |
It is a baby quilt for Frienzie Lyn's newest grandbaby, due soon!
|The back of the baby quilt will be quite a treat for the eyes!|
|Kelly, shop owner, was binding this patriotic quilt. All the fabrics are batiks!|
|Linda had this pattern out of a magazine, and began it Monday. |
She is altering the instructions a bit, but looks to be
well on her way to a great-looking quilt!
|Here are a couple of blocks for Linda's quilt.|
|Not all the activity is quilting. Maria came with a project she'd been procrastinating over. The gray fabric is the suit of a recently deceased loved one. She had embroidery applied and is framing them for the children.|
|Here is a close up of the embroidered sentiment.|
|Pat is starting a blue and yellow quilt. The pattern is from a Thimbleberries book, |
but you'll have give me a couple of days to get the exact name and title for you.
|Sherrie is making a quilt for a recently married niece. This blue and beige/tan quilt will be a modern design. I will have to get the specifics before the week is out.|
My own work on half-square triangles went very well. I had a stack of scraps of 3.5-inch squares. So I sewed across the diagonal and ended up with a lot of very pretty HSTs - I need a whole lot more, so stay tuned for pictures later this week.
My plan for this week is to attend quilt camp on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. DH and I have a date tomorrow in Columbus, and I still have that book to read for book club, which is Thursday evening. We have decided to meet at a restaurant in Chillicothe, instead of here at my house. So reading is what I must make time for! Yikes!
Happy Quilting, Friends!