Monday, January 27, 2020

PAPER PIECERS HAVE A FUN DAY

The Paper Piecing Bee met recently at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  Above is the beautiful quilt that Marilyn is working on.  The pattern is Grandmother's Jumping Jacks. What a wonderful way to use those leftover fabrics.  It's beautiful too!
Sue was working on this intricate piece.  The pattern is Technicolor Snowflake.  Sue is so organized.  She had all those little pieces cut to size and clipped together so all she had to do was sit and sew.  

Charity was working on a pretty pattern but I forgot to get the name of the book and pattern.  I'll try to get it next month. I saw the pattern and it is stunning.
Miriam is working on this pattern.  Apparently I didn't get the name of this stunning pattern either.  It is going to be beautiful.
Cathy showed us her latest finish.  The pattern is Diamond Divide.  So pretty.
Carol P. showed us her latest finish.  It is so pretty.  She said she made it for a friend.  Lucky friend!
This is what I accomplished that day.  I'm using up my scraps.  Not sure how I will make a quilt out of them just yet.  We'll see how many I make and if I add sashing or star points.   Janalee was there too working on a new project which she decided not a good place to start.  She said maybe she would make blocks like mine.  The tablet full of this preprinted pattern is for sale at the Attic Window Quilt Shop

MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW
  • The annual Bus Tour is Saturday, Feb. 8.  You pay just $60 to socialize while you are driven to different shops where you get to pat fabric and eat food and buy til your heart's content.
AT THE ATTIC WINDOW QUILT SHOP  
  • Bee, Tuesday, Jan. 28
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, Jan. 30
  • Intermediate Quilting, Thursday, Jan. 30
ON ANOTHER NOTE:
  •  Moda has a tutorial for a Going Dutch quilt.
Caroll, 
Caring, Sharing, Creating Smiles

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