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.

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.
I think that its pretty impressive that 5 stitchers and get their seams to match up this well! Won't the curved border be pretty when its bound?

Wilma's Double Wedding Ring

Wilma made this quilt to honor her daughter's 25th wedding anniversary!
Instead of piecing circles, she appliqued the arcs onto squares. A much saner way to make a double wedding ring quilt!

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Connie's Bee Pass Around

This interesting and beautiful quilt is the result of a bee "border pass around".

The owner creates the center block then the rest of the bee members pass it around, adding borders.
A lot of work and love go into these quilts!

Linda's Winter Quilt

Linda hand pieced this charming winter quilt.

Anne's Baby Bears

Anne helped a friend piece and applique this sweet quilt for her first grand child.

Candy's Autumn Ohio Star

This is custom quilted with a series of patterns called "Garden Party" by "One Song".

Monday, November 2, 2009

Linda's Alphabet Quilt

The yellow fabric has letters on it which was our inspiration to choose Dave Hudson's Alphabet pantograph.
Linda is always "thinking outside the box". Since the letters wouldn't show much on the front, she suggested that we reverse them so they would decorate the plainer back.

Beyond the Reef with Barbara

Barbara learned how to make this tricky block in a class.
She loves water so we continued the theme started with the colors and fabric

The border is my rendition of seaweed being swept around by underwater currents.