Here are some more summer pictures from classes and students…
My very happy yellow quilt for the little babies in NICU at Baptist Hospital.Michele’s fabric folding system. I know I have talked about this before but it fascinates me. I bought the card stock. I need to find time to fold. 🙂She stacks them upright in a book case.Emily sent me this picture. It’s her second quilt. (I taught her how to quilt. 🙂Jane sent me this Beads picture. Isn’t it beautiful? I did NOT teach Jane to quilt; I learn lots from her.Here’s Vaughn’s first quilt.And here’s Vaughn basting her first quilt at Village Fabric Shop.
This is what I ended up with when I randomly pulled my Tula Beads log cabin strips. I really like it.
My dear friend, Barb, made this t-shirt quilt. Pretty awesome!So Katie took Michelle’s folding method to heart. She shared these pictures from her bookcase.
Sometimes you just KNOW it’s going to be a beautiful quilt. This is Sister Brigid’s next quilt.Vaughn’s next quilt. Original design. Made for a friend who is not well. She quilted it herself.Amy made me make this; she picked the background. HAHA “Flowers on a String.” I really like it. It’s being quilted and I’ll teach it late this fall. It’s fun!The back.Heart of the Triad Quilt Guild just celebrated its 20th anniversary. I was honored to be the first president. Here’s a picture of the signature quilt that the guild members made for me.Pigma pens do mark permanently.Gina Allen quilted this little fishy quilt for me. I raw edge appliqued the fish and the bubbles. Such a great baby quilt!
Just taught another beginner class. Jane picked out fabrics for her October grandchild-to-be based on her daughter’s nursery color choices. Her daughter is going to LOVE it!She sent me this picture after she finished the top.Here’s Sue’s beginner quilt on the design wall. Sue is from Florida and her happy fabrics show it! She was so much fun! No pressure Sue just because Jane is done. HAHAHA