Tuesday, April 28, 2015


Last week when the Tuesday Bee met, Judi A. took pictures and sent them to me.  Above, Julie B. shows us her beautiful quilt.  I’m sorry but I forgot to ask Julie when I saw her today the name of the pattern.
Julie also made this lovely Bargello quilt.  I wonder if she took Vickie Stark’s class? 
Gerry made this stunning quilt.
This is a close up of the appliqué center.  Great quilt.

Thank you Judi for sending these pictures.  I love seeing all the beautiful quilts our friends have made.

ATTENTION:  The Charity Quilt group that meets on the first Monday of the month at the shop is asking for donations.  If you have UFO blocks, 100% cotton fabric that you know you will never use (you know how our tastes change), incomplete projects (like a quilt top half done), batting, etc., please bring them to the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  This wonderful group of quilters will use them to make wonderful quilts for charity. 

  • Knotty Girls, Wednesday, April 29.
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, April 30.
  • Glam Shell Bag, Friday, May 1 and another on Monday, May 11.
  • Sampler, Saturday, May 2.
  • Tulip Time Quilt Show, May 2-9, Holland, MI
  • Threads of Friendship Quilt Show, May 8 & 9, Muskegon, MI
♥ Caroll,
Caring , Sharing and Creating Smiles


Lynn said...

All gorgeous, but really like the last one with the appliqué center. Looks like Spring!

Allie said...

Those quilts are so pretty - but I do love the one with the bird! Cathy from Big Lake Quilter just revealed the one she made for her daughter-in-law, so gorgeous.


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