We had our monthly Fat Stacks meeting this morning at The Little General. The shop has a flying geese challenge in progress…this group is participating! Enjoy!We started off with Cheryl this month…did I mention I taught her how to quilt?
Ann’s Serendipity Sampler block!
Ann’s first flying geese. Cotton + Steel…it’s a very popular collection.
Carole’s hand-pieced hexies using Amy Butler’s Glow.More Amy Butler from Carole! #navyisthenewblack
Carole’s Cotton +Steel. I LOVE this.
Joan’s original design using flying geese. Joan said she used the panel to show how many quilts she is accumulating. Great problem to have! Check out the appliqued hexie.
Diana’s foundation pieced flying geese. She did a great job!
A section of Jennifer’s memory quilt. She used the quilt pattern from the front of our Serendipity Sampler book. So fun!
Debbie’s flying geese using Cotton + Steel. Such good workmanship!
Paula’s new bag. Yep, THAT’S what you do with that great canvas! Polka dot handles are the best.
Martha Claire brought a wonderful Fanny Hall quilt to share.
The beginnings of Tillie’s Science Fair block from my Precision Piecing class. My picture is a little blurry but her piecing and her pressing are really good! Stay tuned for more pictures as these quilts are finished. Very fun!
Tillie’s pieced top. See that beautiful piece of voile on the table? That’s her backing fabric. It all went home with Gina today to get quilted.
Spectacular quilting from Gina on a quilt for Lee Monroe.
So Tanna took my pictures for me this morning and we didn’t get any shots of her great quilts. However, she shared a link from Noodlehead last month for this great pouch with a zipper. I made it and Debbie won it in the giveaway. It’s all about the flying geese…
It was a pretty special morning! Thanks for all the show and tell ladies!! If you are interested in joining us, contact Gina at The Little General for more info!
Beautiful work by very talented ladies. Great job!!!!!!