The following phenomenal quilts and projects are proudly brought to you by my Sew'n Wild Oaks girls. They have been busy!! Remember, they are finishers. Kathy has been diligently working on her Toyland Tree quilt, and it is going to be decorating her home for Christmas.
Kathy personalized her little baby doll with smocking, embroidery, lace and other embellishments which make her look so real.
Her quilt is incredible.....a real heirloom!
Suzanne is working on UFO's and isn't this one cute and timely.
I started another Holiday Treats Tablerunner. This is a pattern by Laura Nownes. It is so much fun to make the little presents and machine applique the little plaid, polka dot, and checked bows in place.
Cindy is finishing up two Nostalgic Christmas pillows. They are so cheerful.
The next grouping of pictures are all made from my Country Corners blocks using the Patchwork Math book. Here are Kathy's blocks which she made from scraps from all different projects.
Barbara brought in her tabletopper that she designed to fit an 8-sided table using a variety of Christmas fabrics.
This is my Country Corners scrappy version.....more blocks will be added this week.
This is Paula's adorable block.
This is Susan's light and airy block.
Gail has half of her Winterset sewn together! This is a labor of love. Gail chose to bypass the applique and make the quilt larger by adding lots of extra blocks. You'll be seeing more of this one as it grows and grows.
Marti is making some patchwork for Mittens with Moxie. It takes awhile to get to this point and Marti is doing a great job.
The following blocks are all from Harvest of Hope. Suzanne made some great looking pumpkins.
Kathy finished her barn and sunflower. I could live in this bar!
Isabelle finished her acorn block. So pretty.
Patty is working on her October Magic quilt. Once she gets the applique section completed, the rest is going to be easy!
Irene has a good start on her For The Love of Baskets. The baskets finish as 4".
She has a gorgeous little pile going!
Aren't my girls the quilting machines! They out did themselves this time. The classroom at In Between Stitches was filled with beauty on the wall and at each work station. Well done by all!