Tuesday, November 10, 2009


I have a few more samples of upcoming classes at the Attic Window Quilt Shop to share with you. Above is a sample of Carolyn E’s new jacket pattern. I love this pattern. She hasn’t named it yet and is looking for suggestions. My suggestion is “Pink Chocolate.” What’s your suggestion?

This beautiful blue/brown/white quilt is called “All Shook Up” and is a sample for Vickie’s next class. This will be a great class for beginners. Watch for class dates and times in the next newsletter, due to be out soon.

Sue shows us a nice table runner that she made as a shop sample. Isn’t it pretty? This would make a wonderful hostess gift or Christmas gift. Better start that project now.

Primitives By The Light Of The Moon has a great primitive ABC sampler that you will just love. Be sure to scroll down and get them all.

Until Next Time, Happy Quilting,


Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Such a pretty jacket, looks like "Stain Glass Windows"

Lurline said...

All Shook Up looks good to me - co-ordinated scrapiness, love that sort of thing!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Allie said...

Wow how beautiful! The jacket also reminds me of stained glass, how about Garden Window - it also reminded me of a film strip. The quilt is gorgeous and I love the name! Love the runner too. You guys have all the fun, lol!

Vicky F said...

Hi Caroll,
Cute jacket.
I was seeing stained glass, too.
How about Stained glass chocolates?
Vicky F

Sande said...

How about "pretty in pink"?

Unknown said...

how about Chocolate Mint

Jocelyn said...

Oooo love the jacket. How about Pink Ice.

Successfully Cooked!! said...

I was wondering if there is a pattern for "All Shook Up" that is available. Thanks!!

West Michigan Quilter said...

Yes, there is a pattern for All Shook Up. I don't know who makes it but if you call the shop they can tell you. The phone number is at the top of this blog. Thanks for visiting.


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