Thursday, April 2, 2015


Diana A. took pictures during the Tuesday Bee last week at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  She sent a number of pictures.  Unable to discard any, I may have to show them to you on two separate posts.  First, I would like to show you the above quilt by a customer.  Unfortunately Chris is out of town, so I was unable to get the customer’s name, but couldn’t resist showing you this beautiful quilt.
This is another quilt by that anonymous customer.  Gorgeous!
Above, and the next three quilts are by Diane M.  Love this little cart of flowers.
Check out all the leaves on the boarder of this quilt.  Jill said that she had heard something about Diane having to make 5000 leaves for the above quilt.  Yikes!  Those leaves really made this quilt.  It is stunning.
Also by Diane M.
Also by Diane M.  I think this is a Crabapple Hill design.  When someone commented on all the finished quilts Diane had to show, she said that it was a long winter!   I think we all understand that comment!
Gerry shared this hexagon quilt that she made.  Awesome!
Kathy B. shared this spectacular quilt!

I'm so sorry I missed seeing all these lovely quilts.  I’ll show the rest on Monday.  You won’t want to miss that!  Thank you so much Diana for sending these pictures.

  • McCalls has a free Bulls Eye quilt pattern.
Until Next Time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Lynn said...

Wow! They are all beautiful! But can you guess which one is my favorite? The first one. What a great scrap project.

OPQuilt said...

Beautiful display of quilts! Thanks for showing them. I just took a peek at your Sew Together Bag class post--I do have directions for a Mini-Sew Together Bag on my blog, if your gang wants to try another version. You do have to have the original bag, and it does help to have made one all the way through.
:) Elizabeth


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