When I see an awesome quilt or idea, I ask, “OK to take a picture?” These quilters said yes.
Ginny finished this great bubble quilt. Yay! She used Awaiting Ada’s awesome tutorial.
This quilt was made by Linda in my BEGINNER class. I’m proud of you Linda! Gina Allen quilted it for her and I just happened to be there when Linda opened the bag. Remember when you got your first quilt back from your longarm quilter??
Ginny made this great churn dash from a pattern I wrote for Karen Gray Design back in the day.
Check out the mitered corner. Oh yeah….
Tanna is now officially obsessed with hexies. She was binding this little original design beauty.
Here’s Jennifer’s wonky log cabin. She took my beginner class but finished this one first. I’ll take credit for giving her the confidence to believe she can do it. 🙂
This nice lady made the Modern Baby Quilts fishy quilt. I don’t know her name but I loved her quilt! She machine quilted that herself.
This beautiful wool quilt from Primitive Gatherings belongs to Linda. She’s adding a triple sash border. I taught this as a block of the month at Knit One Smock Too. You can finish it Linda!
Ginny’s baby-sized Science Fair. I LOVE this. Ginny took my class and just keeps making these. Cotton + Steel never looked so good.
Diana likes making flying geese so she is making blocks for them. This is going to be a beautiful quilt!
Gina’s Imari Plate. This quilt is huge and beautiful and finished! That aqua border is her original design.
Finally, here’s Carole’s sweet 2″ strip quilt top using Heather Bailey fabrics. I love her transition. We will see this again at Fat Stacks I hope!
Awesome as usual. I have a secret lover affair with hexiea myself. It’s amazing what you can do with them.
I look forward to the next post that will be loaded with inspiration I’m sure.
What a talented group of quilters. Love all the fabrics and patterns. Of course they had an awesome teacher.
Thanks Linda! They are an inspirational group!
Fantastic body of work by some mighty talented quiltmakers; so glad they all responded “YES” to your question… thanks for sharing, KB!
Thanks Deb. I’m glad they said yes too. 🙂