It’s a cold day in Winston-Salem but that didn’t keep people from showing up for Fat Stacks this morning! Enjoy!
Jennifer made this Star Wars bubble quilt for her 6-month-old nephew! So fun!
She also made this Christmas tree skirt. I love this! She used a 10 degree wedge ruler and the Treelicious stack. We all want one.
Over Christmas she basted these great 2.5″ hexies.
Here’s Tanna’s Science Fair. Perfect piecing!!
Beverly couldn’t be there today but that didn’t stop us from showing off her Science Fair; you will love it Bev!! She used Amy Butler’s Glow fat stack. Gina Allen quilted it for her.
Here’s Paula’s “The Painted Forest.” Paula’s background is scrappy and she used Anna Maria Horner’s stack.
Well of course, I had to start one. Here’s the top panel of mine using Enchanted Garden and a white background.
Carole made this one. We talked her into loving it! Isn’t that fun? Thanks for inspiring us Paula!
Sue made this awesome Noodlehead Divided Basket. She used upholstery weight fabric. It’s really nice!
Here’s a scrappy top of Kait’s. That’s a pretty cool silver metallic in there.
Kait’s Modern Maple. She quilted this; we loved it!
Here’s the back. She used a vintage sheet…it’s pretty wonderful.
Joyce’s Serendipity Sampler. Check out the mitered border!!
Here’s my Tessellations top. It’s an Alison Glass pattern and The Little General has them!
Finally, here’s Linderella’s Carousel top using Amy Butler Hapi. Love it Linda!
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