Saturday, June 29, 2013

Show and Tell

No  time for blogging...I have been consumed for the past five days with quilting this top...

It's finally off the frame and ready for thread trimming and binding. I'll be looking for a tropical setting to get photos of it when it is done...might be hard to find in Alaska.

I was so distracted I forgot to share Show and Tell from  Breakfast Club on Thursday.

This quilt started out as a mystery class and was later turned into a round table cloth!

An adorable table runner kit...everything in the kit was precut and just required sewing!

The fabric in this queen-sized quilt is ovarian cancer related fabric. A simple quilt in gorgeous colors.

These first four quilts are from Kathy...I always look forward to seeing what goodies she has brought to Breakfast Club when she attends. Here's a sweet runner...Christmas ornaments.

Last month's project was Reveille from Carrie Nelson's, "Another Bite of Schnibbles." Two of the ladies used two Stonehedge charm packs but they each chose a different accent color. Jane used black.

Marie used turquoise.

 Jane's "Charmalade," a Moda Bakeshop pattern.

This is a quilt Barb made for one of her fun!

This beauty is Marie's "Bali Fever," a Judy Niemeyer pattern. Great quilting!

And here is a diaper bag that was designed by Gene. I should have gotten his etsy address. This bag is so perfect.

And...of course I have another moose photo. A baby resting in the wild grass of my back yard. Mom was munching on shrubbery in the woods behind the calf.


Béa said...

You did a beautiful quilting, bravo !
Thanks for sharing the show & tell xxx

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

thanks for sharing. Looks like you are back in quilting frame of mind. Good custom quilting from what I can see. Love the moose as always!

Sally said...

Debbie, for not blogging, this was a wonderful blog post! Love the pictures - they gave me some ideas for using up some of my stash fabrics! Your quilted project at the top is stunning! I am so envious!!!

Donna quilts said...

I love show and tell! Your quilt looks great - such beautiful custom work. Can't wait to see the the final photo!