Here are our pictures from August Fat Stacks. This little 1/2 square triangle beauty belongs to Carole. Those borders!This little log cabin is also Carole’s. She machine stitched her binding on both of these. We were impressed!
Ann blew us away with the “Texas Two Step” she made for her husband. It’s from Fons and Porter’s July/August magazine.
Paula continues to make fabulous bags.
Speaking of Paula…she and Debbie helped me make this great little “Diva Wallet” from the new Amy Butler collection. Can you believe I made this?
Here’s the inside with a ZIPPER!
Here’s the inside of Debbie’s. Love her solid fabric with the print.
Amy took a picture of our little collection. Amy, Amy, Tula and Alison. Ha!
Diana’s Science Fair is glorious! The emerald green background is perfect.
Jennifer’s quilt, just quilted by Gina Allen. We loved her border.
Jennifer’s Cotton + Steel Mustangs quilt. It has been fun to watch this one progress.
The BEST back.
Jennifer B’s wonky log cabin. Wonky is hard; Jennifer did a great job with this quilt. She mixed some hand quilting with her own machine quilting.
Her great back!
This Serendipity Sampler also belongs to Jennifer B. It’s waiting to be quilted so she couldn’t bring it but I took this picture last week. It’s just beautiful.
Here’s my Hook quilt. Theresa DeWalt custom quilted it for me. I’m going to use Tula Pink’s True Colors to bind it.
We showed our Sew Mama Sew blocks from our on-going block of the month.
Ann’s. She changes her background color with each block.
Paula’s Tula. Excellent piecing P.
Martha Claire’s next block. Nicely done.
Joan’s block. I really like this one.
Here’s my sample quilt.
And here’s the improv block for August. I know several of you are following along with us. Share your pictures with me and I’ll share here.
Just one more picture. I have watched Maddie grow up; she is a couple of years younger than my son. She will be married in Winston-Salem over Labor Day weekend. Last month she asked me to cut a heart from her great-grandmother’s handkerchief and applique it to the lining of her wedding dress. Her request meant so much to me. I embroidered some little blue French knots…something old and something new. She was very happy with it. Best wishes to you and Thomas, sweet Maddie!