Maybe I am just imagining things but it seems to me that there's a change in the air. It's till summer but it's not summer. Do you know what I mean?
Anyway, the Scarlet Strippers must also be feeling the change because they have been very productive!
Diana made, not one, but two baby quilts! One for a boy, one for a girl. How sweet are they?
Deanna made a Christmas X Factor table runner! It's super cute. :)
Colleen popped into the clearance area last week and snagged one of the One Block, Many Settings kits. Not only is she super fast, she makes gorgeous things!
Ginny, the Wonder Quilter, has been at it again!
She made this lovely tree skirt, along with a set of napkins and a table runner for the holidays.
Plus, she had a great time embellishing and quilting a few panels.
Who says something easy can't be pretty?
How about some happy pumpkin place mats?
Or a little table runner to match?
This is another panel!
And so is this one, with a little patched border added on the side! Ginny is a creative genius!
Wait! There's more! Love this Poinsettia table runner. It has little buttons in the centers for that perfect touch.
Lynn stepped up with yet another fabulous t-shirt quilt! There's a class coming up on Thursday, September 6 at 10AM. Grab those t-shirts out of your dresser and make something with them!
Lisa Marie has caught the fabric bowl bug in a big way!
She made not one, not two, but three of them with one hank of clothesline! Lovely.
Rose brought in this beautiful handkerchief quilt that she made using hankies from her friend. I love how vintage-y this looks!
Marge is addicted to the Jelly Roll 1600 quilts! This one is made in two colors, green and white. She's all ready for St. Patrick's Day!
Liz made her Stars from Stripes in luscious lemons and limes. See, it's still summer!
Sweet Annette brought her X Factor quilt that she made for her daughter. Can you tell what fabric that is? Yes! It's Swanky! Love that piano key border!
Cookie whipped up this quilt in the Sassy Scarlet's class! Jennie Weaver teaches and she is a doll! This pattern is from the Charmed and Dangerous book. Love it, Cookie. :)
Cookie also found time to whip up two hand-embroidered Christmas pillows. How does she do it?
Haven't you missed Wendy being at Strip Club? I sure have. This beauty in black, white and orange is for her daughter, Meagan, who is getting married at the end of this month! Congratulations to the happy couple!!
So, remember at the beginning when I mentioned there was a change in the air? Well, this will make you think so for sure! September's quilt is called Equinox and it is made with Kansas Troubles fabrics.
This beauty just screams Autumn. Thank goodness.