Oh hurray! Today, Aug. 17, 2019, was the walk, and I got to meet the couple and their pup, who won the quilt! John and Holly are from Eugene, OR (Sorry, missed the pup's name.). Small world, they are also cyclist, but current due to a variety of health issues, shorter rides for now.
They were pretty happy with the quilt, and I was thrilled that it went to such a good home.
|I don't know how long since Vickie's mom has passed, but Vickie found portions of all these lovely Dresden plate blocks among mom's "stuff" and made them into a truly lovely quilt.|
I love the variety of fabrics, no one ear or style, and every color under the rainbow.
|Oh what fun! All these lovely Star Trek fabrics (and a few Star Wars) to make a gift for her nephew.|
What do you do when you have a bunch of fabric left over from a previous project? Make another quilt! Dagmar used all of her baseball quilt leftovers in this, and even Woodstock from Peanuts made it in. Quilted with the "baseball fun" panto.
This is a lovely wedding gift for one of Sharyle's co-workers. They work at a company that has something to do with boats, so the blocks are all representations of nautical flags. Then Sharyle chose the "Sea Life" panto, which is just as perfect as her piecing. As you can see, some of the blocks are simple. Just sew together two rectangles, but others are more complicated. What a lovely gift and the perfect design. Best wishes to the happy couple.
Babies are being born in Pat's family, so here are a couple of quick baby quilts. The pattern is called "Easy Six", but I have no idea where that comes from. This one has a theme of dogs, so she chose the "Scotty Dog" panto for quilting this one.
Some lucky little neighbor girl of Liz is going to get this quilt. I can't believe that Liz appliqued all of these dogs, and then added the lovely embroidery details. Then she's giving it away! Quilted with the Dog Dreams panto, all the bones across the quilt top. So sweet.
Just a little baby quilt here for the police.
Here are Kathy's most recent quilts. A batik rail fence, and one of trees. The trees were quilted with the Log Cabin panto, and the rail fence was done with the Tangles panto. I can't wait to see what she comes up with next.