The final two awards go to Marion and Cordula.
Marion scared the crap out of me last month by being hospitalized twice. I was afraid that she wasn't going to make it to the Cape, but quilting beckoned and she rallied from her hospital bed to accompany me.
Marion takes the award for the Quilt That Most Closely Resembles Its Name. This pattern is called Salt Water Taffy, yum! It is all batik.
|This quilt is even prettier in person.|
|Love the black and white fabrics with the red accents.|
|Best buddies, Kim G. and Cordula|
|Daughter Cheryl with Mom Jean.|
|The Oh So Talented Pratt sisters, Karen and Kim.|
|Jo Ann E. working on her umbrella quilt.|
|Nancy D., the happiest retiree I know, shows off one of |
Kate's new patterns, Gingerbread Table.
|Pat was hard at work on her Party Dress quilt, which was so popular, three of the Brown Baggers were making it. You saw Kim G.'s version in Part 1. Joann E. was also working on one. One inebriated lady who was peeking in our room from the Bridgewater Reunion Class of '74, said to her companion, "I thought they were doll dresses but I now I realize they are lampshades." If it's any consolation, read my post, Hatboxes or Drums? I must confess that I've always wanted to make this quilt.|
|I want this! It is Karen's new pattern, Flourish.|
|Kim P. made this darling giraffe baby quilt.|
|Joann E. assembled this top. We chose it for our 2015 |
Birthday Blocks, although applique will be optional.
|A close-up of the applique.|
|Pat made this t-shirt quilt to honor a lost father.|
|Cordula put together these lovely Kaffe Fassett fabrics for a tablecloth.|
|There are more Kaffe Fassett fabrics in Cordula's 4-Patch and Friends quilt.|
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Pugs and kisses,