Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Sew'n Wild Oaks Was In Session

Hello Everyone,
My girls gathered together at In Between Stitches on Tuesday for another day of fellowship, conversation, laughter, and yes, some quilting took place too.
Barbara G. is working on Snowball Blossoms by Kim Diehl.  This pattern in a free download on the Henry Glass site by clicking HERE.  This is a beautiful little table topper that can be used throughout the year.

Suzanne is just finishing up a project from Kin Diehl's Simple Whatnots club.

Gail is working on her Walk in the Park quilt.  She is using black on all of her frames as a unifier.  Her blocks are beginning to stack up!

Barbara B. has her Spoken For flimsy ready for the quilter.  Except for the border, the entire quilt was made out of her stash.

Judy is working on, and almost finished making her Heritage blocks.

Lynnette is making good progress on her Grammy Squares quilt.

Meeke is also making Grammy Squares.

Barbara B. loves Halloween.  This little owl is one block in the pattern.

Pat is working on her wool project from the Patriotic Blog Hop.

 I love the simplicity of this block.

Isabelle is turning this pile of flying geese......

....into these for Harvest of Hope.

Jeanne is well on her way to the 120 little baskets to be included in For The Love of Baskets.

Valery is almost finished with Bird Walk by Material Girlfriends.

Valery finished the machine applique on this block yesterday.  I think I heard a sigh of relief when all of the stitching was completed!

Another day well spent in the company of quilters.  There was learning, sharing, visiting, eating and lots of stitching going on.  Thank you girls for being so much fun!



  1. Love you much "eye candy" to enjoy!

  2. Such a lovely collection of blocks and quilts. Particularly love the Walk in the park, black was a great idea. And I am a sucker for little baskets, very sweet.

  3. Oh, what sweet inspiration from you all!