"Mouse and Moon" by Xande

 To begin with I truly admire people who do paper piecing.  I am able to do it, but have other techniques I prefer.  Secondly, Xande designed the whole quit by herself.  Found a design idea that she liked, then figured out how to make it a paper pieced quilt top.  Wow.
 I am pretty certain that the background fabric glows in the dark, as does the thread.  Swirly design in the moon face,
 and 2 new quilting designs "discovered" for this quilt.  "Constellation" in the background, and an as yet unnamed border design.  Suggestions?
Some flames in the belly of the mouse to give him some texture, and continuous curves in the star to emphasize it.

" 'Twas the Night Before Christmas." by Carole

Yes, Carole is at it again with her embroidery machine.  Amazing work!  Quilted primarily with white Glide thread, but she chose "Military Gold" for the red borders.
 A woman after my own heart, Carole says that she "loves feathers."

 As I was quilting this center section, I felt that it really needed more quilting on the roof to hold it down.  However, now that I see it hanging up, I love how the lack of quilting there makes the "snow" on the roof so much more dimensional.
 Carole's exquisite redwork.

 How many times can I include feathers?  Oh lots!
 Even feathered wreaths in the corners to avoid trying to wrap 2 strands of feathers around the corner and then to meet again.  So much easier to start and stop in the middle of each border and work out.

How cool is this!  The white thread glows under black light!  So much easier to see where I've been with this.  Strangely, the white bobbin thread does not glow, only the top.  Same with the white background fabric.

Zig Zag by Selena

Selena's mom, Natalie, is a long time quilter, and has shared her love of this craft with her daughter. 
Selena chose all the fabric and did all the work on this fun Zig Zag quilt, and she chose the quilting design and thread as well.  Did I mention that she did the piecing when she was 10 years old?  Well done!
Quilted with the "Clematis" pantograph.

Corduroy and Flannel by Bev

This is a quilt that Bev made for a relative, and sadly, can't remember who.  All made with flannel and corduroy cut on the bias, making it a little stretchy.  Gonna be a lovely wrap up and cuddle when the weather is cold quilt.

Quilted with the "Heart Attack" panto, and while I still don't care for the name of the panto, I really do like how it turned out.

"More Miles than You" by me

Joe is my middle brother, and biking buddy. I've know for how long that his birthday is in October, and yet still didn't get his quilt to him until November.
 For those of you who may not have had the pleasure of seeing Joe in his full cycling "glory", here's a shot of him in a some of his more tame attire.  So if you see this guy on the street, please just point and laugh.  That's what we do.

Quilted with leaves in the outer red border, and bike fabric for the inner border.
The fabric for the bike applique is something I found specifically for this specifically for Joe.  I call the color "Make Your Eyes Bleed" green.  Then I was having issues with my usual sewing machine.  I stitched the whole applique down with glow in the dark thread, but after quilting it, found out that a good chunk of the applique stitches were coming undone.  Mom, and her sewing machine to the rescue, and I restitched around all of the applique, again with glow in the dark thread.  Actually, it turned out better this way, and now the bike really glows.  Kind of like Joe.

A tight background fill throughout the black.

"Boomerang" by Carol

 Carol is a first time customer, and she trusted me with this lovely!  Boomerang quilt is by Jay Bird quilts, and requires a special ruler.  Pretty intricate piecing as well.

Each "L" shape is quilted with a feather design, and each "diamond" with continuous curves.  Nicely done Carol!