...and my last post for now, covering my visit to the Olde World Quilt Shoppe.
The little quilts are great, but I loved this basket. I've wanted to try making one of these.
I adore this wee quilt created by Lori Smith.
One of the sweet ladies in my class on Friday had just received this quilt back from the quilter. It is my design, 'Living In the Sunlight.'
Here is Julie hanging out on the sofa in front of the fireplace. I noticed that several men accompanied by their wife also enjoyed a comfortable spot on the couch while they patiently waited. I even noticed one that was so comfy that he started to doze!
Here are a few of the ladies from my class. And on the back wall is my new quilt. The photography was completed yesterday and I am working on the pattern......so, the end is in sight for those of you who have asked about when this quilt would be finished. I'm just about there.
The quilting on this spectacular quilt was simply beautiful. I'm sorry that it does not show up for you to see.
The lady shown working on our class project was the maker of the beautiful quilt which I presented previously.
This quilt made from these soft lovely colors is called, 'Neopolitan' by Pam McMahon of Piece by Piece patterns.
'North and South' another design by Pam McMahon.
Lin, from the store has been working on creating my February Bits and Bobs project.
"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."