First up are a couple of quilts that my friend Becky Stephenson has been working on. The top one is a square in square quilt that she and a group of friends did an exchange with, and she recently finished. The colors and movement of the quilt are just mesmerizing to me. Note that the white "border" isn't really a border. The squares are all sewn on-point, and then white triangles are added to the ends to square up the quilt. It turns out creating an imaginary border!
The quilt just below that one is the center block that she's been working on for the Happy Trails quilt by Pearl Pereira at P3 Designs. Being a native Texan, I can't help but love a boot filled with yellow roses and bluebonnets!
|Becky's Square in Square Quilt|
|Becky's Happy Trails center block.|
|Sara's Aggie Quilt|
|Closeup of Sara's quilting.|
|A stack of Cynthia's log cabin blocks in work.|
|Cynthia's first finished block!|
|Deborah's and Marlene's Bed of Roses|
|Carolyn's Far West block|
|Jerrianne's/Becky's mini Far West block|
|Holly's sewing case, outside.|
|Holly's sewing case, inside.|
|Linda's Bunny Block Sampler quilt.|
|Linda's Santa Bunny, with embellished gift sack.|
|Linda's Halloween Bunny with pumpkins, a spider, and almost Mardi Gras-like mask.|
|Linda's Thanksgiving Bunny, with added turkey and carrots.|
|Marci's blue pineapple top quilt.|
Nancy Ferverda made this lovely Shabby Vintage Rose quilt using pink and purple fabrics. I like the look of sampler type quilts like this.
|Nancy's Shabby Vintage Rose quilt.|
|Jeanne's Crown Jewels using the X block.|
|Mary Ann's Gemstone quilt.|
|Phyllis' Chains quilt.|
|Antique quilt top.|
|Antique quilt top|
Keep on sewing!