Wednesday, March 10, 2010


The Lakeshore Fiber Arts Group recently held a show and reception at Lakeshore Sewing. You would have loved all the variety and talent. Above is a piece called “Look Through My Garden,” by Gail Wagner Myrhorodsky. What talent it took to make this beautiful piece.

“Above is Bubbles and Balloons – Study In the Round” by MargEd Kwapil. I love the simple design and clean lines.

“My Garden,” by Yvette Ostrander is another unique piece. It is multi layered and I wish you could see the close up of this intricate work. There were so many wonderful pieces in the show. I couldn't resist showing you something different from the usual more traditional quilts. These were a delight.
Speaking of something different, Lauren + Jessie Jung has some different appliqué patterns. Check it out.

Until next time,


Martina said...

amazing quilts. Thank you for sharing. I am always impressed about what people can create!Wow! I was longing for spring, but there is again snow outside!!!!
Have a great day
Hugs Martina

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Miss Nancy said...

These pieces are really unique. I really like the "My Garden" piece. It is wonderful, bright, cheery, and colorful. I love it. Your link to Lauren and Jessie is most interesting. It gives one more quilting ideas.

Have a great day.

Micki said...

These are all wonderful! What great eye candy!

whippy said...

Everything is beautiful and I love your site.

I was wondering if there is anyway to get the February Redwork pattern? I have January's and went to look for my February download and can't find it.

tia whippy wyanet131 at gmail dot com

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