|It's not a quilt weekend until someone makes a Yellow Brick Road quilt. |
This one is Cordula's and those yummy black and white
fabrics are flannel. She made two of them for baby gifts.
|Cordula quilted and put the binding on this |
quilt which you may have seen in last year's post.
|JoAnne S. assembled her Scrappy Trips Around the World, also |
a free Bonnie Hunter pattern. She made it from fabrics in
her batik stash. Only one fabric is not batik. Can you find it?
|JoAnne also worked on this project with one inch squares.|
|Nancy D. is proud to show off one of four Little Twister |
Table Runners that she is making for Christmas gifts.
|What could possibly be in this tiny bag that Nancy D. is holding?|
|Think you can fit an entire quilt project into a make-up bag? |
Check out Nancy D.'s miniature English Paper Piecing project.
The pieces are smaller than a dime. Who is this quilt for, Barbie?
|Jo Ann E. shows off a paper pieced table runner. |
The pieces are slightly larger than Nancy D.s' project, above.
|Another one of Jo Ann E.'s projects. This is going to be bed size.|
|Kim G. is making a series of three pin-up girl quilts. |
A few hunky guys have managed to sneak in as well.
You can find some of these great fabrics here at eQuilter.
|You can never go wrong with Biker Chicks...|
|...or Space Vixens.|
|Laurel was working on these amazing machine appliqued blocks.|
|She has four of them cut out. There are nine in total. |
The pattern is Fiesta de Talavera by J. Michelle Watts.
|Inexplicably I got a photo of Terri, but not the project she was working on. |
Fortunately, she also brought it last year, so you can see it here.
Pugs and kisses,