Let's start off with some finished projects!
|Joannie finished this quilt for her sister. She even stopped at her sister's house on the way home and gave it to her! She quilted it herself on her Pfaff sewing machine.|
|Here's a close-up. Her sister wanted mauve and grey, but Joannie amped up the colors a little bit. It is even prettier in person.|
|Sally is making Schlep bags for Christmas gifts.|
|The small one on the left is for Sally's granddaughter, the larger one on the right is for Sally's daughter. They have handles which don't show up in this photo. Sally has several more in progress.|
|Paula finished this pretty batik shoulder bag. Despite Paula's smile here, there were some choice swear words involved in the bag's construction.|
|Terri made this gi-normous quilted bag, big enough to hold all three of the pug boys or a queen size quilt.|
|Paula also finished this skeleton print zippered bag for her granddaughter for Christmas. Paula's granddaughter loves skeletons! Look for Paula's skeleton quilt in a future post soon. This bag is not the infamous Boxy Pouch, this pattern is A Little Duffle Do It.|
|Joanne is making these table runners for Christmas gifts.|
|One is completely finished and the other seven (!) just need binding! Joanne spent her time working exclusively on these!|
|This is Nancy D.'s sunflower table runner. It is bright and cheerful!|
|Pat donated these leftover decorator fabrics which made some very elegant pet beds. Thanks Pat.|
Thanks for visiting and for your well wishes! Linking up on Friday to Crazy Mom Quilts, Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Richard and Tanya Quilts.
Pugs and kisses,