We had our Serendipity Sampler block of the month class this week at Village Fabric Shop. Lots of progress!Kelly’s beautiful Serendipity Sampler blocks. #1#2. Look at the bird’s nest.#3 Just finished. Beautiful batiks on a beautiful background.
Here are her four blocks. All batiks. Beautiful!
Remember those “oak leaves” in Serendipity? Well, Kelly actually MADE them. Beautiful work.
Her husband made a “lazy Susan” pressboard. How cool is this? It rotates as needed so pieces are so easy to prep! I want one!
Here are Jane’s blocks. She’s working from a Tula collection. The brooms.The first block. Beautiful control!
All four blocks. She’s thinking about her layout. #1
#2 🙂 No bad choices here.
I trimmed her bird block for her. There’s a new tutorial on how to trim applique blocks under my tutorials tab if you want to check.
And then there’s this one. Sue’s absolutely fabulous finished quilt. Gina Boone quilted this for her. I saw it last week at Village Fabric Shop. Sue was choosing her binding. It is glorious.
Well done Sue!
Some random pictures from my Wednesday Open Sew. They are fun and I missed them somehow in my posts.
The book bag Steph made for her daughter.
The back. Pretty awesome right?Steph’s hand appliqued heart quilt. Happy Valentine’s Day!Mindy is binding this quilt for her sweet baby girl. Stella is now almost two months old. 🙂
Steph’s newest. She thinks outside the box…Fowler’s La Pass rosette. So Fowler; so pretty.
This group will meet in a couple of weeks. I’m going to do a better job of picture taking!!
It has just started to snow here. “Snow=sew” I hope you have a chance to do a little sewing this weekend! Here are some pictures from some of the quilts from my 2016 “Tula Beads” class. I’m offering it again in January. Come join me!Here’s Vaughn’s excellent start.
This one belongs to Joan. Love her color choices!Roberta has decided to use a Halloween theme. It’s kinda cool!This one belongs to Ann Davis. She finished it earlier this summer.Cydney made this one and used “manatee gray” for the background. Wow!
Here’s Sandra’s. All batiks and absolutely beautiful!
I gave mine as a wedding gift this September. I really want to make another one! Tula has a new line coming in March…
Enjoy your weekend!
I have several Open Sews happening. If you are interested in attending one, let me know. We have great women making beautiful stuff!
Diana’s quilt. Karen Thompson quilted this for her. It is beautiful.
Her label has been pieced into the backing.
Carole’s disappearing 9-patch. She quilted this herself.
Her pumpkins. I LOVE the gray ones!
Here’s a Lazy Sunday pattern made from the newest Tula Pink collection.
Diana’s embroidery floss tin.
Here’s Laura’s beginner quilt. She tried a new layout. We liked it!
We loved this one!
Laura’s top is pin basted and ready for quilting.
Jennifer finished quilting her hexie quilt. She was inspired by a pattern but this is basically an original design.
Ann’s foundaton pieced blocks. Polka dots!Her first dresden. This is big!
Mindy is going to have a baby very soon.
She is making beautiful quilts…and wonderful little puffies for her little girl. So sweet!