Sunday, October 9, 2011


I saw this sample hanging at the Attic Window Quilt Shop when I went to First Saturday Bee.  It is called Snowday…Sewday, by Amy Bradley Designs.  Stop in at the shop and pick up the pattern for this adorable quilt!
We had some sharing time before I had to run back home to my out of town company.  Jenny made this beautiful quilt.  I wish I had gotten the name of the pattern. 
Jenny also made this one.  Love these colors.  Don’t you just love working with Charm squares. 
Jeanine said she made this large quilt for her son’s 30th birthday.  He’s going to love it!
Mary Holt (Maggie’s mother) made this quilt from scraps left over from a Civil War quilt that she made.
Cathy M. showed us her darling 3-D pinwheel wallhanging.
 Judy M. made this darling quilt to hang on her mantel.  She took a block from the “Over the River” red work pattern and added the stars to make a perfect fit.  What a clever idea!
Judy M. said this quilt is a work in progress as she is still hand quilting it.  At my insistence she agreed to show it to us.  Love this design!

A special thanks to all who shared.   We really enjoy seeing what everyone is doing.   Special note:  Rosa did not have anything to share! (Giggle.  I told Rosa I was going to tell on her.)

Love Laugh Quilt has a tutorial for a spiral log cabin.  The tutorial is hereYou can get a good look at the full quilt here.  
Stay calm! Stay kind! Stay Positive!



Barb said...

That snowman quilt is sooooooooooooooooooo awesome...all the quilts are wonderful but that!!

Allie said...

The snowman quilt is darling, but I see dollar signs when an Amy Bradley pattern is mentioned - she really has some pricey ones! Everyone's quilts are great, what a talented bunch!

Terry said...

Beautiful quilts! And thanks for the link to the spiral log cabin quilt tutorial. I have lots of strips to use up and I think this one might be in my near future! :0)

Linda said...

Great show and tell!!!

Mama Pea said...

Great show and tell. Love the snowmen and the Over the River. :-)


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