Not everyone's 'pink' was easily seen, some folks had to prove where their pink was!
We decided to give Dorothy's husband a free fat quarter too when he came in with pink tape on his billfold!
|Sandy holding her free fat quarter|
|Cynthia with her free fat. The snowman's caps on her shirt are pink|
|Shawn (wearing a pink shirt) showing off her free fat quarter|
|Janet was head to toe in pink: shirt, jumper, leggings, socks and her boots! We should have given her two free fats!|
|Virginia "models' her free fat along with her pink sweater|
|Dorothy's pink was on the bottom of her shoes!|
|Dorothy's husband, Lee, with his free fat quarter (notice the pink tape on his billfold)|
|Jacey's free fat quarter selection for having pink in her leggings!|
|Nola 'models' the free fat quarter she selected and we won't mention which article of her clothing was pink!|
This round of "Secret Sisters" ended yesterday at the Secret Sister Banquet. Not everyone could attend last night so, some 'sisters' came yesterday during business hours.
Pat received this adorable table runner, made by her 'sister', Lynn who made (and quilted) Pat's runner.
|the front of Pat's table runner|
|the back of Pat's runner|
|"sisters" Lynn and Pat|
Newlywed Vickie C. wanted to spend Valentine's Day with her husband so, she 'revealed' herself to Sharon with February's gift: paper piecing projects and two blocks for another project.
|"sisters" Vickie and Sharon|
Unable to attend last night's festivities, Nola 'revealed' herself to 'sister' Vickie (while Vickie was revealing herself to Sharon) with a Mod Block Magazine and two pillowcases she made: one for Vickie and one for Vickie's her new husband!
Nola said the pillowcase with pink accent strip is Vickie's, Scott's has the brown strip.
|"sisters" Nola and Vickie C.|
Vickie picked out a big spool of Aurifil thread as her February birthday present from her Secret Sister (Nola) when she was here one Wednesday.
My bad for just posting her picture!
Last night's Secret Sister banquet was a lot of fun. Sweetness made his famous lasagna and everyone brought a side dish! We feasted like kings, or is that queens?
After stuffing ourselves, the party really started! One by one each person gave their February gift to who they'd been being a 'sister' to for the past six months.
|"sisters" Dorothy and Kay|
|"sisters" Kay and Joann|
|'sisters" Jacey and Judi|
|"sisters" Pat and Jacey|
|Pat with the plant Jacey gave her, just because!|
Yesterday's "Show and Tell" was over the top! Shirley, Lynn, Vickie, Kay, Cynthia, and Janet brought their projects to share with us!
Shirley made this top for herself. Notice how her borders "V" in the middle on each side. Wow!
|Shirley's top she recently finished|
|top border of Shirley's quilt|
|right side of Shirley's top|
Lynn brought in this stunner for "Show and Tell". She bought the top at a flea market several years ago but always wanted to finish it.
She chose a 1930's print from the shop then had it quilted.
We love the vintage feel of her quilt.
|the top of Lynn's quilt|
|the 1930's print Lynn chose for the back of her vintage quilt|
|another quilt Lynn made using fabric from the shop.|
Newlywed Vickie C. recently finished this quilt for her husband, Scott, using batik charm packs.
She used a blue butterfly 108" backing from the shop then quilted it on her long arm quilting machine.
|Scott's batik charm pack quilt|
|the back of Scott's quilt|
Kay recently finished this Block of the Month batik applique quilt she's donating for a fundraiser in Texas.
Kay's aunt, Thadine, loved going to the Senior Citizens Center where she lived in Texas. Since her aunt's passing, Kay always makes something for their annual fundraiser.
Kay's donation this year is this stunning batik applique quilt she hand embroidered the back of then had quilted.
This quilt is truly stunning in person. We know it will raise a lot of money at this year's auction.
Aunt Thadine would be proud.
|batik applique quilt Kay in memory of her Aunt|
|close-up of Kay's donation quilt|
|Kay hand embroidered the back of this quilt, then had it quilted|
|the label Kay will attach to her donation quilt|
While she was here, Kay also brought in her "pink flamingo" top she recently finished!
How cute is this?
Cynthia brought in this top she recently finished. It's called "Love Notes" from the first issue of Block magazine.
We think Cynthia did a great job (and we love the Kansas Troubles prints she used).
|Cynthia's "Love Notes" top she brought in for Show and Tell|
|close up of Cynthia's top. We love the Kansas Troubles prints!|
Janet brought in this giant Dahlia top she recently completed.
Janet's mom started the top years ago and after her passing, Janet wanted to finish it.
Janet used lots of Kansas Troubles prints for the center and 'logs' of the log cabin corners.
This is a huge quilt. My camera does not capture the true beauty of this top.
Great job, Janet!
|Janet's Giant Dahlia top|
|center of Janet's Giant Dahlia|
After getting it done, she decided to use the same die to make a smaller tote.