I work so intimately with quilts, that I can usually figure out exactly how they are made. Not so this time! I might have to take Connie's class at Pieceful Hearts in order to make this one!
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Connie's Fractured Garden
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Connie's Class Samples
Connie has taught her "Roman Stripes" class several times. This is another beautiful fabric combination and layout.
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Schley's Class Sample
Schley promises that these perfect circles are really easy to make. Learn how in her class at Pieceful Hearts in Lisle this winter. This quilt displays a wonderful assortment of African motifs but this would be a great way to display any collection of fabrics that you can't bear to cut into tiny pieces.
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Study the piecing of this quilt. It is so simple yet so pretty! Of course, I suspect that Barbara's fabric selection had a lot to do with it! It is quilted with "Fern Meander".
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Sandy made this quilt for her grand daughter. It is the prettiest shade of pink I've ever seen! It is quilted with "Butterfly Ballet" and pink variegated thread.
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This is for Jill's daughter-in-law.
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Linda's grand daughter wanted a "horse quilt". Not only did gramma come through with great fabric -
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Cathie's T-shirt Quilt
Cathie is a serious t-shirt quilt maker - good thing because her family must be fanatic t-shirt wearers! She has had so much practice that she can get those stretchy t-shirts to conform into a perfectly straight quilt!
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This is for one of Helen's outdoorsy sons.
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Friday, December 4, 2009
My Christmas Stockings
When my 4 kids were babies, I made felt and sequin stockings for them for Christmas. Let's just say that I'm not willing to make more for grand children. These are strip quilted. Nancy Garrison did the wonderful machine embroidered names. The 3 unmarried kids are debating what colors future spouses will get. Stay tuned......
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Ted's T-shirt Quilt
Ted ran in the PeachTree Road Race for many years. But now his knees won't cooperate. Wife Barb raided his cache of shirts to make a memory sofa quilt for him for Christmas.
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Lisa's Baby Quilt
Lisa and her daughter made this quilt for a friend.
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Donajean made this luscious flannel quilt for her grandson.
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Schley's Class Sample
Schley will be teaching how to make the Storm at Sea pattern at Pieceful Hearts in Lisle.
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Schley's Border Pass Around
Schley is in the same bee as Connie (scroll back several quilts). This is HER border pass around.
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Schley's 3 for 1
Schley was able to parlay this regal quilt into 3 gifts for her son.
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Thursday, November 19, 2009
The Princess and the Pea
Terry made this adorable quilt for her baby grand daughter! She will add a yo-yo green pea underneath all of these mattresses.
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Adam's Wedding Quilt
My mom and 3 sisters make a quilt whenever any of our children get married. This Winding Ways is for Adam and Machelle who will be wed on January 2, 2010.
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Wilma's Double Wedding Ring
Wilma made this quilt to honor her daughter's 25th wedding anniversary!
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Sunday, November 15, 2009
Connie's Bee Pass Around
This interesting and beautiful quilt is the result of a bee "border pass around".
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Linda's Winter Quilt
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