Wednesday, December 7, 2011


The suspense is over.  I’ve kept you waiting long enough and today is the day to show you all the wonderful Show-N-Tells from the First Saturday Quilting Bee at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  Above Marge Montgomery shows us her king size quilt.  Isn’t it stunning!  She doesn’t remember the name of the pattern but it is by Trudy Hughes.
 Marge also made this cute little quilt.  It is from a panel. Don't you just love panels?
Cathy M. made this beautiful quilt.   Love those colors.
Above Chris gives a demo for a new tool…which most of us just had to have.  She is so bad for our pocket books! 

ATTENTION:  Mark your calendar now!  Don’t make any other plans because you won’t want to miss the shop’s biggest sale of the year.  On January 1, 2012, the Attic Window Quilt Shop will be having a huge sale from 12-4 p.m.  Don’t forget!

Are you like me and still looking around for something unique to make for Christmas?  Check out Pink Chalk Studio and maybe you will find something there among the many tutorials available. 
Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Barb said...

What fun quilts, thanks for showing!

Mama Pea said...

Okay, so what's the new tool? I need to know! I'll be out of town on Jan 1, dang it! I'm not usually into panels, but I really like that panel quilt!

Lynn said...

Great show and tell! I do like panels. Sometimes you just need a cute quilt and panels are perfect for those occasions.

I just finished this week's Modern Monday block. All I've got to say is WHEW! And it is pretty close to 6.5" square.

Allie said...

Beautiful quilts!! I especially love that top one! So inquiring minds want to know, what was the tool????

Anonymous said...

These were from our sample class on Saturday,


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