Thanks Doris for opening up the building for us. I believe we were 11 in attendance today.
This bag belongs to Michiel who purchased it at Borders. It is very neat and made from oil cloth or something like oil cloth. I think grocery bags would be perfect from oil cloth.
Now isn't this the sweetest pink/green Turning 20 quilt ...... Betty's granddaughter is going to be thrilled with her new twin quilt.
Hey a photo of me ....... I'm always taking photos so you rarely see me ...... he he he
I used the Ebb & Flow pantograph by Lorien Quilting but turned the fabric on my Nolting lengthwise so it has more of a leaf looking type motif.
Check out Margee's black/white with touch of red blocks .... are they not yummy. It's going to make a beautiful queen size quilt.
Debbie wow'ed us with her fabric selection in this 9 patch ...... love all the circles and squzzels.
Now remember last week when I showed you Lucy's knitting project ......... she told me today that she was making matching scarfs for one of her son's and his wife. By the way, Lucy has six sons.
Michiel is getting ready to handsew down the binding on this king size log cabin. This quilt will be raffled to raise money for the local Catholic Schools.
Nancy is going to help Michiel with the binding ...... they hope to have it ready for tomorrow which is Grandparents day at the School.