Hello Quilters. When at the Attic Window Quilt Shop Saturday, enjoying time with the Happy Scrappers, this beautiful quilt caught my eye.
This is a closer look at the beautiful panel that is available at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. When on the Shop Hop next week, be sure and take a look and get that panel! What a wonderful Christmas gift it will make.
Remember earlier this month when Marilyn had a class on how to make a block. We bought a packet of Cupcake Mix Recipe squares and a packet of charm squares and made a block. This is the finished quilt. I'm sorry I forgot to get the maker's name. But it is so cute and has made me want to make more blocks.
LeeAnne was there working on her quilt. Mary was there, too, but she left early and I didn't get a picture of what she's working on.
Marti was working on these bowls that can be used to save your fingers from hot bowls of soups. People seem to be thinking of Christmas gifts right now. Wouldn't these make nice gifts!
Nancy S. is making a pencil bag, another nice Christmas gift.
I didn't want to interrupt Jane and Janalee from their conversation so just snapped this picture. Have you noticed how many are bringing their featherweight machines to sew on?
Sonie C. was new to the group. She was working on a black and white quilt. Hope joins us every last Saturday of the month!
Which reminds me: WE WILL NOT BE MEETING DURING NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. Way too much going on, which you will see in my upcoming posts.
And look who finally joined us! Adrienne has been very busy this summer and could not attend. Things seem to be settling down for her and she is busy sewing again. Above, she shows us these cute little bags that she is making. She says they make great hostess gifts. You can fill them with candy, and people can use them when they travel to store their cords and plugs for their phones and computers. Or you could use it as a jewelry bag when you travel. Or you can place a gift card inside. What a great idea!!!I wanted to show you these bags in process. Above you can see the pattern and also the nice contrasting handles that she is using.
Check out this adorable quilt. Barb H., a customer who is part of the Thursday group, brought this quilt in to be quilted and was nice enough to let us see it. It is adorable! I want to make one! It is so darn cute!!
DON'T FORGET: The Holy Hop begins this week. The dates are Nov. 2 - 5, 2022. Stop in at the Attic Window for a paper showing shops and times.
ALSO: The Happy Scrappers will NOT meet during November and December, but there are plenty of other exciting events going on at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. Craft day is in November. Call the shop to sign up. I'll have more info on the next post.
Until then, Happy Quilting!