Friday, December 13, 2019

HAPPY SCRAPPERS MAKERS

Chris had some fun projects for us when the Happy Scrappers met at the Attic Window Quilt Shop this past Wednesday.  Above, Terri shows us this adorable wreath mug mat that she made.
I made one too.  
I also made a snap bag.
And this cute little jar lid opener.  I folded down the top so you can see the Non-Slip Shelf Liner that is on the back to help grip that lid when you are trying to open something.  Great gift!
Janalee worked on her Garden Sampler BOM.  So cute!
Cathy (hiding behind the quilt) finished a small quilt that she gave to Janalee to give to the Women's Shelter down town.
Pat R. finished this adorable quilt that is a gift for her Grandson who lives in California.
 Not only is it adorable, but Pat's quilt is reversible.  This is the back of her quilt.  Now her grandson will be able to use it all year long!  What a clever idea!


MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW
  • February Bus Trip is scheduled for Feb. 8.  Four shops are participating. 
  • January 1, BIG SALE DAY!
AT THE ATTIC WINDOW QUILT SHOP
  •  Thursday, Dec. 12
    • Doll Bee
    • Intermediate Quilting
    • Beginner Intermediate Quilting
  • Saturday, Dec.14
    • Stitch-In
  • Tuesday, Dec. 17
    • Bee
ON ANOTHER NOTE:
  •  Teresa Coates has several tutorials on making Luxe Cuddle Throws. 
Caroll, 
Caring, Sharing, Creating Smiles

1 comment:

Barb said...

What fun, wish I lived close by. Love making snap bags...

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