We got to work on making our own pillows. It was fun get to make something. Beth says the hardest part is cutting it out. She is right. It takes a little time, but the out come is great. what makes this form of applique' different from any other is how it is cut out.
Carol Has been very Busy.
|Her sail Boat|
|Her Twist and Stitch from the Midway guild|
|Her drunkards path from our retreat|
|BOM (block of the month) from June 2012 @ Season's of Home|
|Kit she bought years ago, 2001. Prints that are cut out|
|Beth's sail boat|
|Bucket, wool applique'- the midway guild os doing|
|Margaret's sail boat|
|her friend can hardly see tied this quilt. Margaret helped finish it.|
|Rachels President quilt that she taught us.|
|Nina fish fabric art she did at her daughters house|
|More of her snowman embroidery|
|Shirley "I made 12 of these little hummers"LOL. made them for all her girls at church|
|Made little leather shoes for her new grand baby|
|made 2 car seat covers|
|Little patriotic quilt|
|Little watermelon quilt|
|Her sail boat block|
|Made at pattern off of a shirt that she already had and then made this shirt.|
|Timpi is sanding and repainting her whole bedroom set.|
|Patti's sail boat block|
|Sashiko (Japanese Embroidery)- got it at the Home machine quilt show. It comes stamped and then you stitch it.|
|She has been doing lots of beading. Below is a closer look|
|Tamara made this really soft double sided minky quilt|
|A buggy barn quilt with buggy barns fabrics- "for the birds"|
|Her son just finished designing and sewing this quilt together. Tamara quilted mustaches all over in it.|
It was great to see every one's show and tell.
Next month is "ugly fabric Exchange"
Please bring a fabric that you do not like and we will exchange fabrics. Size must be any where from a Fat Quarter(smallest) to Yard (largest).
I can't wait to see what you all bring.
Our Block of the month to be making to bring to the August meeting is called Glory in scraps. Here are the directions if you missed it. The directions can also be found on at www.quilterscache.com