It’s September!

IMG_9159Here’s a wedding signature quilt that Deborah is making for her daughter.  She bordered each of the blocks in Denyse Schmidt’s fabric.  She used the huge design board at Trailer Stash Fabrics to plan it.  Her daughter will love it!IMG_9157

Just hooked a new appliquer.  This is a perfect bubble.  Jane is “living on the edge.”IMG_9158

“Let me see the back of your work.”  HAHA  Nice straight stitches on the back lead to invisible stitches on the front.IMG_9155I love it when my beginners just move forward.  Second quilt for Jane from Skip the Borders.  Yay!IMG_9129We were intrigued with Jennifer’s quilt.  Laminated back.IMG_9127Quilted by Karen Thompson.  Ice cream cone pantograph.  Very fun!IMG_9126

Here’s Gaye’s t-shirt quilt.  Nicely done!IMG_9116Carole’s latest log cabin.  I LOVE THIS.IMG_9113

Her newest sewing machine cover.IMG_9112A wall hanging for her husband.IMG_9111Her “Sew Mama Sew” modern sampler top.  Wow!IMG_9108One more log cabin.  Show worthy.IMG_9117Diana’s Alison Glass sampler.  If you like to embroider, these samplers are great.  The design is pre-printed; no drama trying to get it ready to stitch.  Layer the pattern with a backing fabric and you don’t have to worry about knots or shadowing as you stitch.  These are available at Village Fabric Shop.

img_9187Diana also tried stitching on a fat quarter of Alison Glass’s black and white fabric.  This looked great!  Gina has this out at Trailer Stash.img_9189Carole’s almost finished tuffet for her granddaughter.  img_9191

Jennifer’s FINISHED paper pieced quilt.  Yay!!img_9193

Her zippered bag for her La Passacaglia stuff.img_9194Inside.  No more zip lock bags for Jennifer!img_9199This is an armchair caddy she made.  Love the fabric choices!img_9205Alison’s first attempt at paper piecing.  Nicely done.img_9204Jennifer’s king-size quilt is officially under way.  This is another great quilt from Skip the Borders.img_9208My finished “Petals on a String.”  Sheri Collette quilted this; it’s hanging at Village Fabric Shop.  All Amy Butler fabric on that great green background.  Amy picked this and kits are available at her shop.

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