The past two days I've spent cutting kits. I put on Pandora and listen to my favorite tunes, and happily play with fabric.....and wool. I guess that classifies as fabric, but it definitely is in a league of it's own.
This table topper is called Gathering Bittersweet, and I will also be teaching this at the retreat held by Quilters Station, in Lee's Summit, Missouri. I have made a bunch of kits for this. The project measures 36 inches square. The majority of the top is made from cottons, but the border elements and the crows in the sashing are from wool. It will not be on my web site until the web master is back from his vacation. You can call me or send me a email for a Pay Pal invoice if you wanted to get started to have this on your table come Fall.
Today I have more samples from The Quilted Moose.
What a favorite large quilt this has been by Blackbird Designs.
they will be also teaching at Primitives of the Midwest.
I believe you've heard me say this before, but the simple nine patch is simply magical in traditional quilts. And this beauty with the center medallion is just so warm, cozy and inviting!
I love the bird motif on this applique quilt. The border is stunning also.
Something for everyone's taste.
Gorgeous.....and notice that shelf of beautiful plaids and home spuns.
The selection of fabric here is over the top. If you don't find what you're looking for I'd be surprised. My bet is that you will find several pieces you just can't do with out!
"Security is a superstition. It does not exist in nature. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all." -Helen Keller