The big star to the right is a quilt that one of our ladies teaches classes on - Judy Neimeyer patterns. Isn't it beautiful!
ok, this is one that I made. I'm not sure I really like it - I don't usually work with pastels so I'm way out of my element here. I found the pattern on line and wanted to try it. Found a great deal on the pack of fat quarters so,, why not try one with the other. Maybe it just needs some good quilting for me to like it better.
This is one for Susan's lake house. The orange batik is absolutely gorgeous! and with the blue batik it really makes you think of sunrise on the lake and catching lots of fish!
hhmmm... I think they are trying to decide what border to use. If you can see the fabric, the blocks are coffee cups - this fabric I have to get!
I tried to get a shot of the wonderful french toast breakfast with bacon and juice and all the fixings but, oops! I was too late
Check out the bird houses! I think a Mckenna Ryan pattern group, each little color is a seperate piece of fabric -- so pretty! lots of patience at work here :)
It would also be a good pattern for some of those Halloween or Christmas fabrics that I have and ready to use up. It was super quick - she did this in about 4 or 5 hours!
isn't this just great? so sweet. Some lucky new mom and baby is getting this one. and works so well with the rainbow border fabric.
ok, one of the ladies joined a fiber artist group and this was their first project. Everyone got a square of the fuzzy stuff and was told to Do something with the square of fuzzy stuff. She said it was very liberating to be "out of the box". Buttons, cording, yarn, -- might be fun to get a group together to do that.
I need out of the box.