Thursday, September 24, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
He is very supportive of my quilting and my longarm business. He puts up with my crazy schedule - which means leaving him home to attend a guild meeting, board meeting, bee meeting, retreat weekend, an all-day workshop, a quilt show or shop hop. Usually not all in the same week! I am blessed to have such a wonderful husband. I love you Troy!
Looks like you can take a walk right into this quilt.
Such a great quilt - she took pictures of the feeder in her back yard and transfered them into quilt blocks. It puts a smile on your face!
Monday, September 21, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
It was just the right size for four of us to spread out and work on our projects. She set up her Handi Quilter and finished four quilt tops!
This was the first sewing retreat for Julie G! She was very productive, finishing a Halloween wall hanging. She also finished many blocks for another quilt.
Ute creates and sells beautiful hand-dyed fabrics and quilt patterns. She was piecing quilt tops, which are samples of her newest, stylish patterns!
I was working on my Edyta Sitar Dresden Star Pattern and finished eight of these rings. I also worked on sewing together 12 Buck-A-Block that I have had hanging around.
Sue was determined to finish the last eight rows of her tiny, tiny, tiny, 9-patch "Birthday Quilt". Look at how organized she is! Her piecing is so precise - no room for any mistakes when working that small.
Sue is also working on Dear Jane blocks. (see a pattern here?) Here are a few...