Friday, September 16, 2011
The Pole Beans Won!
Several windless days conspired with the pole beans and they were finally able to overtake the windmill. Now it is anchored motionless no matter how windy it gets!
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Diana's Antique Quilt
My lucky sister-in-law inherited this from her Great Grandma Holznagel who made it in the 1930's. She hand stitched the 1" squares into blocks and then into rows and used her treadle sewing machine to join the rows. It is in excellent condition!
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JoAnn's Broken Star
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Barbara's Bow Tie Variation
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Carol wasn't happy with how this quilt was behaving. But some wool batting and close quilting gave it wonderful dimension!
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Diann's 9 Patch Variation
These blocks are made by making large 9 patches and then cutting them into 4 patches and rearranging. Pretty clever!
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LaVonne's Christmas Table Topper
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Connie's Class Quilts
This Hunter's Star will knock your socks off!
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Kathy received the fabrics for this quilt for her 50th birthday. (I have to rub that in since she's my youngest sister.) She created this beautiful, expertly pieced Storm at Sea. I like how she "ended" the edge of the pattern.
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Mary's 4 Patch Posey
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Mom's Stained Glass
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Here is Karen's I Spy quilt. Kids love these. My 2 and 4 year old grandchildren like to look at mine.
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Helen is busy making gifts for her family. This is for her grandson. It is quilted with bubbles.
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Lori took Barbara's Bargello class and made this beauty in shades of blue.
It is quilted with Abundant Feathers.
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Another quilt made in Barbara's class at Judy's Quilt and Sew in Hampshire.
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