I managed to stitch down all the raw edges of my Magic Carpet Quilt. This took a full 8 hours. I still need to go back and satin stitch over all the curves and add borders. I love the colors and if you're not looking at it closely, you can't see all the imperfections.
|Magic Carpet Quilt|
|The fabric in this quilt is bark cloth.|
|Finished t-shirt quilt---yeah!!!!|
|Layer Cake Quilt|
|Marion in action|
|Susan's 50th Birthday Quilt, a Chinese Coins variation|
|Sally was only able to join us for a few days. She made this fabulous duffel bag for her granddaughter. It is fully lined and has zippered pockets.|
|JoAnn finished her scrappy batik bargello quilt which she started at our Berkshire retreat last year. Isn't it magnificent?|
|JoAnn then put together this quilt top with another batik jelly roll. I love the pink and purples with the stars.|
|Jean finished the top of her log cabin star wall hanging. Are you getting that warm country feeling?|
|Kim P. (on right) found this idea on a quilting blog to make circular play mats. This is the first of three that she is making for some of her co-workers' new babies.|
More to follow!
Pugs and kisses,