We had quite the show & tell yesterday under the Sew'n Wild Oaks. Judy finished her Madrigal quilt, scalloped border and all in her beautiful teal and black!
Judy also finished her Toyland Tree quilt! Judy added many special touches to her quilt that were just outstanding. She has an heirloom quilt that she can display with pride every Christmas. (The black and white polka dot background just doesn't like to be photographed.)
Karen finished her Country Charmer quilt. I asked Karen if I could borrow her quilt for my appearance on The Quilt Show.....and she said YES! I love her fabric choices....very rich and elegant.
Gail signed up for the UFO program at In Between Stitches and she is going to finish putting the borders on her Nostalgic Christmas quilt. She worked on the final flange (which is beautiful) during class. Gail will have another gorgeous flimsy in the finished column very soon.
Evelynne finished her fabulous Graceful Rhapsody quilt designed by Denise Sheehan from A Graceful Stitch. Evelynne machine embroidered this quilt.
Every block has Evelynne's personal touch. Amazing.
Vivian is down to the borders on her Toyland Tree. This is her second applique quilt! She has done a wonderful job and is very close to the finish line.
Cindy finished her first block for Country Corners. She has a wonderful collections of fabrics to choose from.
Judy finished her first block too.
Barbara has been making bunches of grapes for Once Upon a Vine and baskets to be included in For the Love of Baskets, and her first block from Country Corners. She filled her corner of the design wall.
Cindy has finished a beautiful batch of hexies for her Summer's Blush/Winter's Warmth quilt. They are so cute! I love the check centers.....perfect.
Susan is working on her Scrappy Leaves quilt by Ilene Bartos from Maple Leaf Quilts. The vibrant colors are so Susan!
Vivian made a block for Country Corners month #2. She's learning how to experiment with color and technique. Great job Vivian.
Carol is making 32 adorable little appliqued baskets. These are darling!
Wendy used the Patchwork Math book to design and make blocks to go around her panel. The colors are perfect!
Isabelle is finishing up the top section from Harvest of Hope. Her selection and use of color is absolutely perfect.
You can see that the classroom at In Between Stitches was filled with quilted beauty by "my girls". They are so creative, so productive and SO NICE! They are very supportive of each other and me. I adore and appreciate each and every one of them. What a wonderful way to spend the day.