If today's post doesn't bring a smile to your face, then I give up! Just look at the productivity of "my girls!" They are incredible finishers. Yesterday was an eye candy feast of finishes in my Sew'n Wild Oaks class.
My sister Gail, is stitching the binding on For the Love of Baskets. This picture shows Gail's excellent points and Lora Zmak's excellent machine quilting.
Gail and Kaye share October as their birthday month. See, there is evidence in the foreground that Gail has been upgraded from cookie status to cake! I can be a nice sister some of the time.
Barbara created her borders using the leftover 1" stripes from her hexagons. They look like stained glass.
Now all she has to do is finish up her binding. Great backing fabric also with hexagons.
Mary has a finished Heartfire also quilted by Lora Zmak.
Look at her gorgeous centers surrounded by her wonderful selection of fabrics.
Patty has a quilted Once Upon a Vine. You guessed it......machine quilted by Lora Zmak!
Patty's piecing combined with Lora's quilting make one gorgeous quilt!
Here are some more projects in the works.......Lil' Orphan Scrappy blocks. It won't be long, and the girls will have these quilts in the finished column.
Karen is making her little hexies for Grammy Squares. My mantra is......"An hour per flower." They can't be rushed.
Evelynne is making a specialized sashing with little Y-square components for Winter's Warmth. This is going to be beautiful.
Kay is making her baskets too. She has a pile ready for stitching.
Are you still smiling after seeing all of this quilted goodness? I know I am.