It's been very, very busy around here. I just finished the final quilt that's due out before Christmas. I feel like a huge load has been lifted from my shoulders.
This is going to be a *very* picture-heavy post, so I'll apologize in advance.
I'll go in order from the ones I haven't posted pics yet (although I'm deliberately leaving out one that I know if a gift, and she's asked me to hold off posting about it until after Christmas).
This is a team effort from Leslie Hale and Teresa Marler:
Janet Hall made this beautiful Irish Chain:
Janice Drehobl put this neat quilt together:
I LOVE how this one by Janet Hall turned out:
And another of Janet's:
Monica Maklin made a couple of really cute kids' quilts using similar patterns and cute prints:
Brooke Lindamood put this cute quilt together for her daughter. She wanted the quilting to look like bubbles, and I think it does!
This is Brooke's other quilt, made to showcase a t-shirt of her Dad's:
Here's another of Janice Drehobl's quilts. The back has notes from "the cat" and it's really cute. I wrote some sayings down the long strips ("a cat's a cat and that's that," "you own a dog but you feed a cat" and the like).
Janice's autumn quilt. We decided on leaves and pumpkins for the quilting.
Janet and her sister pieced this beautiful batik quilt:
Diane Turner's daughter put this top together using her t-shirts from high school:
Leslie Hale made some quilts for Christmas gifts:
Kathryn Blalock had some quilt tops pieced by some of her relatives, and she brought them to me to quilt. They all use vintage fabrics, and they're mostly hand-pieced.