|Here is Kim with her Lucky Stars quilt top that she put together at our MLK quilt weekend. The sexy leg in the boot belongs to Pat.|
I've just returned from another quilt weekend at the Cape and Kim had yet another layout for last year's birthday blocks.
|I'm still amazed at the many different ways these blocks can be laid out.|
|Here Kim models this year's birthday blocks. Kim will do ANYTHING to be in the blog. I really like that.|
|Kim's folk art quilt mixes African and Australian fabrics with 30s' prints.|
|Kim made this Frida Kahlo pillow cover to accompany her amazing Frida Kahlo quilt that she recently completed. If you missed the post with this quilt, go back and see it here.|
|I love the wonderful colors in Kim's stacked bricks quilt. It is Kaffe Fassett fabrics, of course.|
|Kim finished this queen-sized beauty at our MLK quilt weekend. It is a log cabin design with her grandmother's butterfly design in the large squares.|
|Kim made lots and lots of log cabin squares. She is contemplating adding some butterflies to her baby quilt version.|
|Here's a close-up of Kim's butterfly.|
|Kim made herself a boxy pouch at our MLK weekend.|
|She wanted to make sure that you saw the bag's lining.|
|Naughty or nice? You decide. This fabric was purchased at the former Heartbeat Quilts.|
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