I know: amazing!
I'm actually doing a Stitch Therapy post the same week as the meeting--I'm not sure that's ever happened before!
|Anne brought her Wish Quilt top all put together--so pretty! She used a Christmas postcard print for the border--very nice. Anne also gave us all a lesson on how to do a Colonial Knot. She took a class from Lisa Bongean last month and learned to do the knot "Lisa's" way. I did a little practice again today-I think I've got it!!|
|Val showed us her fun bag she made from an exclusive fabric she picked up on a trip to the City Quilter quilt shop in New York.|
|Twyila"s latest row for Simply Red--that tomato color really pops!|
|Paula got the most difficult block in the Wish Quilt finished--so pretty and perfect!|
|Carol has her Simply Red top put together. she plans to add another border or two. |
The little bits of caramel color look so pretty --wish it was a better photo.
|Sandi brought her finished top with a beautiful border print border.|
|She is also doing some applique blocks from a Blackbird Designs book:|
When the Cold Wind Blows.
|She shrank the designs about 25%. |
The pieces are still big enough to show off the fabrics though.
|I'm really not a purple person, but I am loving these blocks!!|
|Brenda brought some of her blue Simply Red--the lighter blue in there really sparkles.|
|Brenda was also working on this cute polka dot chicken tea towel--so fun!|
And Mary didn't have a quilt to bring--she has already completed her green version of Simply Red and given as a gift!
If you are following the schedule, stitch the Stars onto the B blocks and make 120 flying geese for the border (page 7).