Saturday, November 19, 2016

Frankfort Girls Update

Yesterday was a glorious day for getting out and visiting with friends. We met at Terry's for quilting yesterday morning and enjoyed 70-degree temperatures, sunny skies and warm breezes.

Today, we have howling winds and temps in the 30s. Brrrr. What a chill-down!

So let's warm ourselves with these wonderful quilty creations. What variety in today's offerings!

We will start with Sharon O. who makes the most gorgeous table toppers, table runners, little quilts of all sizes. This pretty Christmas table topper was having its border attached, and is ready now for the holidays.

Sheryll, too, was prepping for Christmas. At our last get together, she showed us the two little quilts she'd made. She is now adding the embroidery to the white sections, and it really adds a lot of interest. The meticulous nature of the embroidery alongside the simple construction of the block works well.


Terry  had two quilts to share, both in the binding stage. You saw this cute car-themed quilt about a month or so back - the quilt using all the license plate blocks she'd collected. This finished up so cute.


The top picture is the entire front, and the lower picture shows what the backing looks like. What an adorable quilt.

While we visited yesterday, Terry worked on binding this Minnie Mouse quilt she is making for her granddaughter.


Jan came prepared to organize units for a quilt made with weathervane blocks. She'd prepped some of the units, and spent the morning laying out the blocks for easy chain piecing when she gets back to her machine. This is going to be a very pretty quilt. This is one blocks I have always wanted to make, and even have fabric and a pattern set aside to do in the coming year.


I will show you my own work in tomorrow's post. It's not like it isn't something you haven't already seen! Ha!

Happy Quilting, Friends!



1 comment:

CathieJ said...

Thank you for sharing all those pretty projects.