Mr. Sweetie Pie, Wayne, stopped by yesterday. We love Wayne. He's always full of ideas, is a master at coordinating colors plus he's a darn good quilter!
He brought in more of the stunning quilts he's been making.... Wayne, please come back soon. We love your stuff.
|Koi fish in the center medallion of Wayne's quilt|
|can you see the koi fish the quilter used? Wow!|
|the back of Wayne's "Blue" quilt|
|Wayne's Egyptian quilt. Wow!|
|top left hand corner of Wayne's Egyptian quilt|
|the back of Wayne's Egyptian quilt. Can you see the fans?|
|the beginning of Wayne's next quilt...stay tuned!|
Diane H. also stopped by yesterday with her own trunk show! She brought in two of the quilts she's been working on, a charm pack quilt and a "Five and Dime".
This first quilt is called "Envelopes" (I think) and is made using two charm packs. I believe she said it's a Jenny Doan pattern???
We love the colors! Great job, Diane!
|close up of the borders and quilting on Diane's "Envelopes" quilt.|
|the back of Diane's Envelopes quilt. We love the quilting.|
Diane's next quilt is a "Five and Dime" she made using one layer cake, a charm pack and the Five and Dime ruler.
Wow! I wonder where she got the idea to make this quilt????? The colors are so yummy!
|close up of Diane's Five and Dime quilt|
|the border of Diane's Five and Dime|
|the back of Diane's Five and Dime|
Mother/daughter duo Vickie and Kayla were also here yesterday....they each had something for "Show and Tell". Vickie is an accomplished quilter while Kayla is just getting started.
Kayla made this "Jelly Roll 1600" for her best friend "just because". Wow! How sweet is that?
We love the "Eat Your Fruits and Veggies" jelly roll Kayla used to make this for her B.F.F. Great job, kiddo, keep up the good work!
|Kayla's Jelly Roll 1600 she made for her BFF|
Vickie brought in this lap quilt she made using batik charm packs. I almost ripped this out of her hands to keep for myself....I mean to keep in the shop as a sample....yeah, right! (I wonder if she knows blue is my favorite color??).
Ginger, Shawn and Sharon were here for "Sit and Sew".
Ginger and Shawn were doing hand applique blocks, like the one pictured below (I put the blocks together for the picture, I don't think they go together).
Sharon was making a patriotic block using a "30 Degree Squedge" by Phillips Fiber Arts.
|blocks Ginger and Shawn were making yesterday.|
|Sharon's patriotic block she made using the 30 Degree Squedge|
|Sharon's version of our Shop Hop block using 1930's fabrics. LOVE IT!|
|one side of Sharon's Mondo bag|
|the other side of Sharon's Mondo bag|
We received more "Glamping" this week. This has been a very popular line for our little quilt shop....now, we have more of it! YIPPEE!!!
You might see some of these prints in our pillowcase kits.....just sayin....
|we also received this bolt of "Enchanted Pond" by Holly Taylor for Moda|
Oops! I didn't like the pictures of the Northcott "Stars and Stripes" fabric I posted last week so, I decided to take a better picture!
Hopefully you can see the prints better than last week's post! Sorry about that!