Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Strip Club & Show and Tell. NOT the same thing!

I'm back from my trip to Florida to see my sister and her family. You can read about my whirlwind trip here, if you'd like. We all had a blast.
I know I'm dreadfully late with the strip club photos and a few customer show and tells. Here they are. There are some pretty amazing quilts to see, so I'll just stop writing and post some photos. Okay?


Angie has done it again with this beautiful French Roses quilt. Not from strip club, but who cares?
It's just lovely.


Jennifer presented a perfect start. We need to cut her some slack. She had been busy as a bee installing a new ceiling! She is truly a Jane-of-all-trades!


Deanna made these beauties using her serger for piecing. The quilts are gifts for two special boys.
They are gorgeous, Deanna!


Sandy always delivers with her out-of-the-box thinking. She used a Michael Miller micro check in green as her background. It's like flowers in a field on a Summer's day.


Karen chose a vibrant magenta as her background for her Rising Stars quilt. Va- voom!


She has also been busy making little mug rugs for her Red Hat Society friends. Lucky them!



Here's Lynn's stunning Curvaceous Curves quilt. Yummmmmmmmmmm.


This our own Mary showing off her Happy Daze quilt that will be offered in her Schnibbles and Bits class. Love these colors, Mary!


So, what will we make for next month? This quilt. The pattern is Wine Country by Cozy Quilt Designs and the fabric line is Mariposa.


Now for a little show and tell. Lanie completed her Beginning Quilting quilt using Moda's Lilac Hill line. It is so pretty. Good job, Lanie! And Mary for being such a great teacher. :)


The lovely Becky brought in her equally lovely Celtic Way paper pieced quilt. This photo does it no justice. It is breathtaking in real life.
So, there you have it! We're all caught up. Now, barring any further bouts of viruses, etc, you should see posts a bit more frequently. We may even toss in another giveaway. Just because. :)


1 comment:

Lynne Leavell said...

Glad you made it back Karin safe and sound. As always great job ladies.