Monday, August 9, 2010

Early Saturday Morning....

And I mean early!  Eight-thirty in the morning to be exact.
What would bring a group of women to AST that early? Strip club, of course.
This is Sharon's amazing Twister quilt made with a Wiscassett layer cake from Minick and Simpson.
It may look difficult, but Sharon assured us all that it is really super easy-peasy, once you get over cutting your quilt up!


This is Barbara's beautiful Sunshine quilt made with the Fruitcake line by Basic Grey for Moda.
 Ho-ho-ho, Merry Christmas!


Jennifer made her Sunshine quilt into a log twin. I can just see her kids all wrapped up in it on Christmas morning. Don't you just love Jennifer's beautiful smile?


I would like to introduce you to Lola, our newest "stripper" and her fabulous City Scapes quilt done in neutrals with a sweet pop of black. Yum. Welcome, Lola!


Lynne never fails to impress and she did not disappoint with her huge Sunshine quilt! Everyone in her family fights over the quilts she makes. No wonder! They are beautiful.


We like to refer to Sandy as our "little overachiever." Fondly, of course.
She shared these cute bags made from the leftover strips from previous projects and...


her Star Crossed quilt from June and...


her beautiful Sunshine throw and....


yet another Sunshine throw! Phew! You so rock, Sandy!


Deanna played Mary Poppins and shared a beautiful tapestry bag that she made. Made it, people! Gorgeous!


Inside was another bag plus this adorable little pouch. Sweet. Everyone is going to drool when they see this set on the plane!


Our own Miss Mary shared this A-mazing stunner done in greens, reds, yellows and oranges.
Oh, my gosh! It's fabulous!


So, what's in store for our September strip club meeting? Hopefully lots of completed Yin Yang tops made with Maywood Studios Veranda Collection.


Isn't this beautiful? I love how Sherri used a fabric with a tea-dyed feel to it for the background.
It makes this quilt look positively vintage!
Be sure to come back next month to see how the "strippers" made theirs. None of them will be the same, but they will all be spectacular!

2 comments:

Brenda said...

Love all of the quilts, they are wonderful

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Miss Mary's quilt is wowie! They are all lovely though. I am always a little amazed when I see lovely quilts made from women that gather in groups all over- everywhere. I know I could slip into your group and be happy.