We started off November Fat Stacks with this beauty. Joan calls it her “summer quilt.” It’s voile with a flannel back. There’s no batting and she hand quilted it. So soft; so wonderful!
Here’s her donation to Senior Services for our Christmas Meals on Wheels sponsorship. It’s a colorful rag quilt; great to cuddle!
She was on a roll with this quilt for her grandson. She used the Parson Gray Fat Stack from Village Fabric Shop for this. We loved it! Hand quilted. Her grandson is a lucky young man!
Here’s a close-up. Joan quilts with Sulky 12 weight.
Here’s Carole’s “Charlie Brown” quilt. She made this for Senior Services.
Here’s her second Senior Services quilt. So generous! Isn’t this a great quilt!
Diana’s Science Fair! Finished! Karen Thompson quilted this for her.
The back. She includes a selvedge edge in her back. We love that!
One of Paula’s Tula blocks. She’s using the pattern from an older Quilt Sampler magazine to make Tula Pink’s “Beads” quilt.
Of course I can’t let her get ahead of me so here are a couple of mine. 🙂
Suzanne joined us this morning. She lives in Hawaii and is visiting her sister. Here’s a Hawaiian applique block she brought.
And another Hawaiian applique block. Reverse applique. Hand quilting it in an echo pattern. We loved her and her quilts!
Martha Claire’s wine bottle gift bag from a Ginabean Quilts tutorial. How pretty is this?? Well done MC.
Her circle quilt. She gave it to Karen Fridy to quilt. Love!
Here’s Martha Claire’s Country Sunshine quilt. This is a beauty! Gina Allen quilted it for her.
Close-up of the bottom half.
Here’s another Senior Services quilt. Karen Fridy brought it to me this morning. I used some of my favorite Amy Butler fabrics.
Here’s Joan’s block of the month.
Carole’s. That gray…
Paula and her Tula crush.
The rosette wreaths. We had a good time with this. I went to Hobby Lobby and spent way too much to make this wreath. HAHAHA We are all guilty of it!
Here’s the second attempt. I found the inspiration for this at Yellow Mums’ blog post. The sticks came from my yard. The rosettes are made from white Essex linen. Hot glue holds it all together! Check out the directions at Yellow Mums. Such fun!
See you in December!