Saturday, November 9, 2013

Unbelievably More Projects from Cape Cod, Part 4

Hang in there girlfriends and blogfriends and let's see if we can wrap up that Cape Cod quilting weekend. Tomorrow I'll be hanging with my Brown Bagger friends all day and I've asked them to bring in their very first quilting that ought to make a very interesting blog post.

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.
If you're still reading, I hope that you enjoyed seeing all of our projects.

Pugs and kisses,

1 comment:

  1. All so beautiful. I'm amazed especially by the dime sized hexagons. Incredible! Looks like you ladies are having a blast!