|More new 1930 reproduction fabrics.|
|and new from Modern Tyke|
|and a few more - - - new from Kim Diehl|
|10 to 15 years ago, the 1930 reproduction fabrics were really popular. Then they fell out of vogue for a while. Well, here they come again, full circle. Above is about half of our new selection. The rest is scheduled to arrive any day and we are really excited to start stitching with it.|
|Darla C recently brought these two quilt tops in to show us. Above is one of our block of the months from a bit back. Below is a quilt that used mostly AQDG fabrics.|
|Both very pretty. Nothing feels better than done, right?|
|I am finally getting back on the sewing band wagon after a 3 month time out to heal. The first thing I finished was this little quilt made with an online quilt group.|
This is the 12 Days of Christmas. Notice the first block is made with 1 piece, the 2nd with 2 pieces and so on, adding one piece to each block until you get to block 12 which has 12 pieces. My block 12 looks a little wonky. Might have to do a little unsewing there.
|Or - choose this black and white version. With this choice, you can choose your accent color. So far, customers have picked black, orange, red, yellow and green (shown)|
Program runs 7 months at $15 a month and starts March. Pick up pre-cut strips and binding to make this quilt.
|This little love hanging measures 6" x 14". The red hearts are wool felt, raw edge, dimensional so they give the hanging a little extra flair. It comes in a kit (shown below) including all the fabrics for the front, back, applique and binding plus the pattern for just $12.95|
|And here's another small project. Measuring 12" square, this fits nicely on a desk stand or on a wall hanger.|
This kit comes with all required fabrics for the front, including a mini charm pack for the border. The kit also includes a sheet of printable cloth and instructions on how to print this poem on your home computer. Need help with printing? Just give us a call.
|This is a block of the month from several years ago, Baskets of Blohms, finished now by Jackie Orton.|
|Margaret declared this Farmers Wife quilt and she got it done!|
|Deb finished this Strip Quilt project, Morse Code - on the right. She had enough leftover parts and pieces to make her fur friend a quilt to snuggle on.|
|Another Baskets of Blohms finished - - This one by Lorna Christensen.|
|And Theresa finished up this Strip Club project quilt.|
Above is Nancy J's row quilt, completed from a row of the month published in a quilt magazine. Below is a block of the month she made from Quilt Block in WDM.
Love these smiles! Margaret above and Trish below are showing the blocks they made from our Barn Quilt BOM.
and this one for her son, a fan of Big Foot. You know he loves this one!
After show and share, we played a new game, new to us anyway. Each brought a pair of socks stuffed with little gifts like candy, sewing notions, lotion, etc. We passed our gifts around the circle, following a story about the Right family and all of the things they had Left to do. After our exchange, we each donned one of our socks for this fun photo.
It was another really fun evening with my Quilt Circle of Friends. Thank you, Jackie O, for documenting our evening with these pictures!