Wow! That is all we could say when we saw this quilt. Several of us loved it so much we would like to make it. Could anyone help us with the name of the book it is in......we'd appreciate any info available. We were so enamored with the quilt we didn't ask the right questions.
I took a couple of close up pictures as the show and tell parade moved around the room.
It is simply fantastic work!
Here she is, the talented person who made this quilt.
She also was the maker of my Sweet and Simple quilt design shown below.
Here is a close up of Amy's newest quilt design which she will be taking to market in Pittsburgh. Her patterns are marketed as "Under the Garden Moon" logo.
A friend Carrie who came from Idaho for the retreat, just finished this pillow top, which was a design of mine from a while back. I love how she has modified it and made it her own.
Kerry Green who is a friend of mine taught a class on making this scissor pull. It is so very cute, and she is a master at embellishment and every special and unique stitch imaginable.
You just clip it on your clothing and there your scissor is when you need it......instead of looking for it every time and digging for it in the cushions of your chair or the many other places it seems to hide.
Kerry, also showed this table mat which she uses to teach her classes on embellishment stitches. The work is masterful. Kerry sells her patterns under the Kerry Stitch Designs logo.
Isn't this spectacular? This quilt was made by Wendy.
Here is a close up of one block. Its made from all dotted fabric and is so cheerful!
And here is her label on the back....."Very little is needed to make a happy life. It is all within yourself in your way of thinking". -Marcus Aurelius
Teresa is proudly displaying her latest creation...and with good reason it is charming. It is a Kim Deihl design.
Teresa also made this adorable pincushion......it is from my Pot of Posies design. She just made one posie into a pin cushion.
This block was made by Laurie Smith, who works at Village Dry Goods in Brigham City. They have a wonderful store which has been expanded....nearly doubled in size. The block comes from the "Prairie Woman's Sewing Circle" by Pam Buda. This block is Journey 5. Laurie is the leader of the sewing circle.
I'm certain you have been inspired......I certainly was. Now I need to get busy as I'm teaching a class at my friend Liz Cowan's home this afternoon on my latest rabbit pillow. I'm looking forward in sharing the afternoon with friends, and perhaps making some new ones.
"It's almost here...it's safe to say, I saw a crocus yesterday.
It's colors bright...a lovely thing,
My heart rejoiced, twill soon be spring". -unknown