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February Fat Stacks

Our Fat Stacks group met this morning at The Little General.  Show and tell was pretty wonderful.  Enjoy!

IMG_4491Jennifer’s Denyse Schmidt Christmas trees quilt.   Yes, she pieced her trees!

IMG_4493Jennifer made some sweet flannel burp cloths from a Cloud 9 tutorial.

IMG_4495Here’s Tanna’s wonderful quilt she pieced and machine quilted.  It’s a gift for her grandmother.

IMG_4497Tanna’s wonderful back.

IMG_4499Here’s a sample of a class Tanna is taking from stitchedincolor.com  Hawaiian applique goes modern!  It’s beautiful.

IMG_4501She has started an orange peel quilt.  The little blocks are wonderful.

IMG_4504Ginny’s Science Fair.  Gina Allen quilted it for her.  I LOVE the red binding.

IMG_4508Ginny’s baby Science Fair.  She’s addicted.

IMG_4510Ginny’s Painted Windows.  Great set and a wonderful choice of fat quarters.

IMG_4512Ginny’s Serendipity Sampler.  (We haven’t seen Ginny in a while.  🙂  She is hand quilting this.

IMG_4514Here’s Kay’s first block from Quiltville.com’s newest mystery quilt.  We loved this.

IMG_4517Tillie’s quilt just back from Gina Allen.  So proud of Tillie and Gina’s quilting is so pretty.

IMG_4519Here’s Diana’s quilt from the book, Skip The Borders.  Diana replaced the four-patch with flying geese.  It glows.

IMG_4521Sandra’s Serendipity Sampler.  I taught her how to applique!  She used a Heather Bailey fat stack.


Ann’s Flower Chain from Denyse Schmidt.  Wow!

IMG_4524I have spent the last couple of weeks making these four blocks.

IMG_4525I used my Amy Butler Violette fat stack.

IMG_4526The pattern is from Art Gallery.  “Astrodelic”  The blocks measure 42.”

IMG_4527Here’s my favorite.  This will chase away the winter blues!


We finished up with a pillowcase tutorial.  The Little General has a great fabric called “The Makers.”  This is the perfect Valentine present!

IMG_4488And here’s the travel pillowcase for a sweet little one.



Let’s end with this.   Here’s the beginning of a new quilt that someone started this morning.  Spring can’t be too far away!!

Thanks for looking.  Let me know if you have any questions!