|I am thrilled with it!|
Linking up on Wednesday with Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts. Thanks for visiting!
Pugs and kisses,
|I am thrilled with it!|
|Scott liked the bold graphics in this red and green quilt.|
|Scott was fascinated by the embroidery in the center of these log cabin |
blocks as well as the use of light and dark fabrics to form shadows.
|Scott also liked the contrast in this quilt and wanted to point |
out to me the tiny stitching (aka quilting) in this piece.
|My husband liked the same quilt as Scott. He sent me |
this photo in a text message before his phone died.
|This gorgeous Double Wedding ring is the icon for the exhibit.|
|This is our waiter performing a duet with one of the other waitresses. |
They are standing on a very small ledge between the booths.
The diner is two stories high. You can see the upper level behind them.
|Definitely worth a visit if you're in NYC. Handsome husband Mike caught in profile at lower right.|
|The girl seated next to us was kind enough to take our photo.|
|Pug Flower Power!|
|Romeo, age 12.|
|Elvis, age 11.|
|LarryPug, age 5.|
|Friday morning, I finished almost all of my homework. |
Seven blocks completed out of eight.
|This block has a bald spot. See the white paper |
showing at the bottom right? Luckily, my teacher
has shown me how to fix it.
|I'm smiling because I got two blocks done this time! My teacher, Ginny Radloff, is on the right.|
|This photo is from Quiltworx's website. Isn't this gorgeous?|
|This quilt was made by Becky Ball who was on Quiltmaker's |
Scrap Squad in 2013. She blogs at Becky's Quilt Obsession.
|Let's just say that this is the most money I have ever |
spent at a quilt shop in a single day.
|The antique feeling of this quilt fits right in with our white headboard.|
|As usual, the quilt colors are complimented by the tapestry over our bed.|
|Click on this photo for a close-up of the beautiful quilting.|
|Pretty little flowers all in a row.|
|A close-up of a border flower. Look at Monty's beautiful echo quilting.|
|Marion, at right, made this brightly colored flannel |
Yellow Brick Road quilt for her 8 year old grandson.
Now, all it needs is a binding.
Beautifully quilted by our friend Kim P.
|She used up her leftover pieces on the back. |
Looks like a modern art quilt!
|Valerie put the binding on this yummy black and pink quilt, |
but I believe that her daughter, Kristen made the top.
It is for Valerie's granddaughter. If she doesn't like it,
Valerie can always give it to me. I love pink and black!
|Unfortunately this photo is blurry, but I can assure you that the bag is lovely. |
Pat made this bag with the leftover fabric from her new kitchen curtains.
|Love the chevrons!|
|Here is Pat's third finish (in two days) with pink and grey chevrons.|
|LarryPug, on left, and Elvis have not finished any quilting projects this month.|
|Romeo, age 12, says that he needs to be in the blog too.|
|This is an original pattern designed by my friend Kate |
of Kate Mitchell Quilts which was given to all the
party-goers as a party favor. Isn't it great?
|This is a brand new pattern design by Kate called Into the Woods. |
Check it out on her website here, it looks completely different in woodsy colors.
|Marion put together some old birthday blocks in jewel tone batiks.|
|Lexine is all smiles because she finished the top of her lovely autumnal batik quilt.|
|This is Cordula's finished quilt in 30's prints.|
|These are my birthday blocks from last year all assembled into a top. |
I definitely need a border. I think I will add piano keys in animal prints.
Maybe I will use that 3 yard piece of leopard print that I just bought for the backing.
|This quilt was made by the talented Joanne S., who then |
gave it to our friend Nancy D., after she greatly admired it!
It is a 4-patch posy made in corals and gray. Our friend Terri
taught us this technique in a workshop a couple of years ago.
|This crazy quilt was made by Kim P.'s grandmother.|