A month can fly by much too quickly. My biggest accomplishment was finishing a quilt.
I will do a bigger post all about this quilt when the snow has melted and I can do a nice photo shoot with some scenic Alaskan pics. It is a king-sized quilt so a little too big to drag around in the three-feet of snow left on the ground.
Lots of wonderful pictures from our March Breakfast club meeting to share.
At the December Breakfast Club we did a mystery. The next three photos are different versions and layouts of the blocks we made. I'm still working on mine.
This is Megan's version. Most of us went with a dark background but Megan went very bold and different with this bubble gum pink color. It just screams Florida with the blue ocean, bright sunshine and pink flamingos. She also left out the 1/2" sashing so she got diagonal rows of stars.
This is Joyce's version which is the look most of us are doing...dark background with bright batiks. I like this size which is smaller than the original pattern. I'm not even halfway to the 42 blocks needed for this version.
This is Marge's version...a nice runner. I just have to comment on the "small world," aspect of Alaska. Turns out her grand daughter is dating my son. She's a very pretty, smart and fun young lady.
These next two quilts are also Marge's. This is from one of our autumn classes. Marge has a friend in Minnesota she sends her tops to for quilting. I'm so impressed with the quick turn around.
This pattern was last month's Breakfast Club project, a fat quarter design from Cozy Quilt Designs called, "Mirror, Mirror."
And Marge's last show and tell is this month's Breakfast Club project, a runner with laser cut appliques from an Alaskan designer, Northern Threads.
This is a nice digital screen print from Hoffman of San Francisco that Patty turned into a fun lap-sized quilt.
Patty also shared a table topper and a runner.
Both are hand quilted.
Kathy had some big quilt tops to share. Yes...obviously this is a Kaffe Fassett design with his fabrics. It is from the book, "Quilts of Italy."
Another biggie. I do not know the pattern for this, though Kathy thought it was a Thimble Blossom design. I couldn't find it with a Google search.
And a tiny finish from Kathy.
Barb is making many of these for her grandchildren...bunny bags.
The quilt shop we meet at is Seams Like Home. They have a Saturday Sampler series they run every year. This is a set of blocks made by the shop owner for one of the colorways that was available. Barb took the blocks and made a top for them that will be quilted and given to a local chapter of the national charity, Camp Erin which is a children's bereavement program.
And another version of the Saturday Sampler blocks put together by Rona for Camp Erin.
Rona also had some fun spring wreaths.
And finally...an excellent idea was shared by Yvette that documents the quilts made or owned by her family members. It is a very large photo album with a bit of info attached to each quilt photo.
The dedication page...
Spectacular family treasure.