Sunday, April 3, 2011


You too can make this beautiful Bermuda Purse.  Lee Ann will be teaching this class at the Attic Window Quilt Shop on Wednesday, April 6, and also on Saturday, April 9.  It will be just the thing to take on vacation this summer to some exotic place (or to Indiana).  I think it will make a perfect gift for my Aunt who comes all the way up from Indiana to see my mother.  That is a long trip for her and I know my mother appreciates it.   Check on the sidebar for all the other great classes available at the Shop this week.  If you have any questions, be sure and give us a call.

At Bee Saturday, Judi showed us this lovely quilt.  She said the blocks were pre-printed.  Sheet music covers each vase.  Judi found coordinating fabric that she could include in the various blocks as she made the top.  When she decided to sandwich the quilt, she was lucky and found a backing covered with sheet music, which was perfect.  It is a lovely quilt.

This is a close up.  It looks so warm and cuddly. Click on the picture for a close up.
Quilt Fabric Delights has A Warm Cozy Toes tutorial.  Those of us looking forward to spring may not want to think about needing this right now.  However, I’m thinking what a great gift idea!  Get it done now and put it away for Christmas.  Check it out.
Stay Positive!


Allie said...

That is a pretty bag - your aunt will love it! The quilt is really gorgeous and I love the link for the cozy toes!

Shelley said...

Thank you for the link on the heat cozie. I have been wanting to make one.

Mama Pea said...

That preprinted block is really amazing! It looks so good!


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