Tuesday, May 30, 2023


Hello Quilters!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day Holiday.  I went to a parade and loved it.  So thankful for those who keep our country safe.  I had intended to write about the Happy Scrappers meeting earlier, but they must have done something over the weekend with Windows 11 or with Blogger.  It has taken me forever to figure out how to get some pictures on the blog.  So, I'm going to be quick and too the point and hope I don't forget anything. 

Above, Marti shows us the quilt she made.  At the Happy Scrappers meeting at the Attic Window Quilt Shop, she was sewing on the binding.  Love the colors she chose. 

Penny, and Jane (not shown), were busy making cord wraps for some event they were going to.  They were making lots and lots of cord wraps!

JanaLee worked on this adorable quilt.  As I recall, she's donating it to charity.  So cute!

Mary was working on using up her 30s fabrics and busy making another quilt, but she did show us this adorable sweater that she knitted for someone's baby.  It is not only stunning, but she has done excellent work.  This is fantastic, Mary!

We also had some Show-N-Tell.  Pam made the above jellyroll quilt.  You can get the pattern at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.

Mary P. made the above quilt.  The pattern is from the Three Yard Quilt book.

There is a new class starting next month.  Call the shop to register and get details.

This is a reminder of the upcoming Shop Hop.  Call the shop to get your passport.  So many shops to visit and so much fun!

The Attic Window Quilt Shop is open Monday-Friday, 10-5, and Saturday, 10-4.  Hope to see you there.

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Quilts For Wheels

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