Thursday, March 31, 2011


Here are more pictures from the recent meeting of the Knotty Girls at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  Above is this gorgeous wool piece that is keeping Sherri busy.
This is a close up view.  I am amazed at all her beautiful embellishments.
Judy brought this completed project.  She made this wool block then had it put under glass and framed.  Isn’t it beautiful?  Check out those cute little baby birds and the mother taking care of them.
Maggie worked on this tulip block.  It is one of the free blocks for the Sampler series.  I can’t wait to start making mine.
Marci is participating in an Embellishing BOM.  Above is one of the blocks she is working on.  Notice the leaf on the left.  She said she just learned how to do that stitch.  These gals make me want to try a wool project.  Their embellishments are stunning.

I don’t know why, but I’m drawn to the tutorial on the Block Party Quilting site.  I love it’s modern look with its clean lines.  Take a look.
Stay Positive!


Mama Pea said...

Caroll, those are some great projects. That first wool project is monumental! Wow!

Linda said...

The crazy wool quilt is amazing!! So gorgeous!!


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