Our Fat Stacks group met this morning at The Little General. Show and tell was pretty wonderful. Enjoy!
Jennifer’s Denyse Schmidt Christmas trees quilt. Yes, she pieced her trees!
Jennifer made some sweet flannel burp cloths from a Cloud 9 tutorial.
Here’s Tanna’s wonderful quilt she pieced and machine quilted. It’s a gift for her grandmother.
Here’s a sample of a class Tanna is taking from stitchedincolor.com Hawaiian applique goes modern! It’s beautiful.
She has started an orange peel quilt. The little blocks are wonderful.
Ginny’s Science Fair. Gina Allen quilted it for her. I LOVE the red binding.
Ginny’s baby Science Fair. She’s addicted.
Ginny’s Painted Windows. Great set and a wonderful choice of fat quarters.
Ginny’s Serendipity Sampler. (We haven’t seen Ginny in a while. 🙂 She is hand quilting this.
Here’s Kay’s first block from Quiltville.com’s newest mystery quilt. We loved this.
Tillie’s quilt just back from Gina Allen. So proud of Tillie and Gina’s quilting is so pretty.
Here’s Diana’s quilt from the book, Skip The Borders. Diana replaced the four-patch with flying geese. It glows.
Sandra’s Serendipity Sampler. I taught her how to applique! She used a Heather Bailey fat stack.
Ann’s Flower Chain from Denyse Schmidt. Wow!
I have spent the last couple of weeks making these four blocks.
I used my Amy Butler Violette fat stack.
The pattern is from Art Gallery. “Astrodelic” The blocks measure 42.”
Here’s my favorite. This will chase away the winter blues!
We finished up with a pillowcase tutorial. The Little General has a great fabric called “The Makers.” This is the perfect Valentine present!
And here’s the travel pillowcase for a sweet little one.
Let’s end with this. Here’s the beginning of a new quilt that someone started this morning. Spring can’t be too far away!!
Thanks for looking. Let me know if you have any questions!
Good class yesterday! Good pictures, Jenny. Yes, spring must be near!!