Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Cape Weekend Projects (Part 2)

Marion, at left, and Joannie made these gorgeous All About Anna bags. The pattern can be purchased at Connecting Threads.
Pat put the binding on this cuddly flannel quilt.

Here is a close-up of those cute little bears.

This quilt was already finished and in the back of Pat's car. She slept under it during the weekend.

A close-up--just striking in lime green and black.

Pat finished the top of her birthday block quilt. I think these were the birthday blocks from 2011.

A close-up.

Not to be outdone, Cordula made the same quilt as Pat in two different colorways. Shown above in Kaffe Fassett and friends fabric (same as Pat's, but different sashing and borders).

Here is Cordula with her second finished quilt top in Asian prints.

Here is a close-up.
Another quilt top by Cordula, at left. This was a panel that she cut up and then added the
polka dot sashing. Kim G. is on the right.

Cordula shows off Kim G.'s Leafy Rosy Quilt, a Kaffe Fasset pattern.

Jean is working on a star log cabin quilt.

Cheryl was making these lovely blocks. This is the pattern we used for our 2012 birthday blocks.

This is how Cheryl keeps everything organized! Impressive!

Sue was working on this adorable cat quilt.

A kitty cat close-up.

Marion assembled more than half of her Monterrey Medallion Quilt. Only four more rows to go!

Joannie made Valentine's Day place mats for her Mom. You can never make
too many place mats, right Joannie?

Sharon is making this bright quilt for her ten year old granddaughter.
She helped Sharon pick out the fabrics.
Jo Ann, at left, and Joan seated in front of their projects in progress. A Yellow Brick Road, on left, (Terri Atkinson pattern) and a Scrappy Bargello (Bonnie Hunter pattern)

Joanne made this beautiful Dresden Plate quilt.
While we were busy sewing in Massachusetts, my Mom was participating in an art show in Florida. Here she is with two of her friends (my Mom is the lady sitting down) in front of three of her paintings on display. Mom doesn't sew, but she sure can paint!
Another post (and possibly a fourth!) to follow soon.

Pugs and kisses,

1 comment:

  1. Your mom sure can paint. Loved her paintings. Nice to see Sue. I hadn't seen her in so long at quilting. Her grand daughter must be getting sooo big and cute.
    Janet C.