Monday, June 8, 2009

Saturday Morning Strip Club

As last Saturday was the first Saturday in June, it must have been strip club! This month's quilt was fun, fun to make. Quite a few of the strippers had theirs done by the next week!
The variety was, as always, amazing to see. So, without further ado, the May strip club quilts:

This clever gal made her kit into two baby quilts, one bright, one more subdued.

While this was not the pattern for May, it is this the first quilt made by this lovely lass' hands. Her very first one ever! She did just a fabulous job.

The following quilts show just how different we all are:

I love the orange in this quilt.

The pattern pops against the more subtle background on this stripper's quilt.

I must make one of these jelly roll bags! How cute is that?

This is the Stars Aligned quilt from a few months ago. It is made using Bali Pops and this picture does it no justice whatsoever. It is just beautiful!

Believe it or not, this is a first-time stripper as well! Really, there is an amazing amount of talent in this group.

Another small quilt. Did you notice a difference here?
This clever girl has turned her blocks to create a different pattern.
She does this every month and it is always a treat to see what she does.

And how about this? Great minds think alike! Christie had the same idea, to turn the blocks and create an entirely different pattern.
The unveiling of the new quilt was met with "Yays!" from the group. It is a departure from our other fabric lines we have used, much more dark. It is right up my alley, though.

The perfect quilt for a fun Fourth of July picnic, don't you think?
After strip club, my friend Cilla and I went to IHop for breakfast. We were both starving- neither of us had eaten breakfast! When out waitress came to take our very empty plates, she remarked, "Wow! You two must have been very hungry!" We replied that, yes, we were as we had been at strip club since 8:15 AM. The look on her face was priceless, the chatter from the table of men behind us increased and we left with the knowledge that we might not want to bandy about the phrase "Strip club." while out in public.
You are now forewarned.


Betty said...

Then again, think how much fun you can have 'bandying about' the Strip Club...I'd love to see the faces on the folks who were eavesdropping! As for the waitress...I hope she finds her sense of humor soon..haha.

Lovely quilts!

BlueRidge Boomer said...

Thank you.....thank you......!!

For a dog loer this quilt is perfect and made created by you!!!
Just perfect......we'll be down to isit Christy the end of August...


BlueRidge Boomer said...

Oooops....sorry...that's "dog Lover"....the "v" on this keyboard is sticking!!!


Utah Grammie said...

Let's hope your blog doesn't come up in some perverts word search! LOL!

Beautiful quilts - I can't believe those"firsts"!

Blogger said...

I've just installed iStripper, so I can watch the sexiest virtual strippers on my desktop.