Lots of ladies were working on Christmas gifts.
These two runners are the same pattern which takes advantage of a printed snowflake. Both are just gorgeous though it was a dark day since it was snowing outside so the colors aren't as pretty in the photos.
Several ladies were also working on this little quilt kit...adapted from a large version using 2 1/2-inch strips. I think this version used 1 1/2-inch strips.
Excellent use of a panel!
A pattern by Antler Quilt Designs.
This quilt is the shop's Thangles BOM for 2016. The blocks are all in batiks...I came so close to signing up for this!
And another gift...a baby quilt. Can't beat Dr. Seuss for cuteness.
Here's Ronna with an adorable Santa hangar...like the sacks for clothes pins. The top holder was meant to hang on the clothes line. I suppose you might have to be a certain age to know about hanging wet, washed clothes outside on a line to dry. Makes a cute Christmas decoration.
And Ronna also made these three trees.
Another quilt destined for Christmas gift giving. Another fabulous panel. Love this one...blue quilts always grab my attention.
Look at this fun twist on a Bargello pattern. The floral fabric used in the middle is such a fun idea!
This was the pattern picked for our group to work on last week. I actually started sewing my rows together but didn't get past that.
And another class sample in the store. I'm pretty sure this is a strip club quilt.
Show and Tell is always my favorite part of Breakfast Club.