Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Sew Sew Fun!

Rae Ann taught us a Schnibbles quilt at January guild. Even though I had signed up for the class, I must admit I was not in the mood to sew and had to push myself to go. Can you believe that? Not in the mood to sew? It happens now and then. What a wonderful class it was! She gave us many tips that I am so glad that I didn't miss out on. Also, once I got sewing it was great fun. Rae Ann did a fantastic job teaching and I suggest that if possible you attend her next lesson. It will be well worth your time! Happy quilting and we'll see you at next months guild.

Many ladies purchased ugly quilt kits. If you ask me, none of them seem too UGLY. I am looking forward to seeing them made into quilts!

Sue made (I think she said 5) of these cute sewing necessities for Christmas gifts

Rae Ann 's cute apron wouldn't have been complete without embellishing it with a button from her grandmother.

I had three quilts this month, but I accidently deleted one. Oh well, the other was just a wrap up in quilt. This stocking one was very fun and easy. We saw the snowman one at the Shop Hop. At first I tried to resist. You can see how well that went.

Sylvia has been busy making quilts for her upcoming grand babies. She went to Nolas to do the quilting. As you can see, she became quite good at doing this star quilt design. Great job Sylvia!

Any baby will be lucky to get one of these precious quilts!

Cindy had been busy trying to finish up projects that she had. Her seasonal quilts were all just darling!

Jill made two of these quilts, one for her mother and one for her inlaws. It's amazing how just changing the border makes the quilts look so different.

La Ree put her snowman blocks together that were from a group exchange we did 10 or so years ago. See ladies, it's never too late to finish an old project. Look how cute it is!

Jill does everything in two's. Not really, but she did also make two of these quilts for her grandsons Christmas. They are going to look darling on their beds!