Darlene brought a pretty red and yellow quilt top and an adorable quilt with little house blocks. The roofline at the top is such a nice way to continue the house theme! She also showed a beautiful black and tan quilt and an applique table runner she has been working on.
Chris brought a quilt from last year's exchange blocks that will be used as a couch cover.
Ilene showed how she put together sampler blocks in retro colors in this pretty quilt top.
And we all admired this very cute "mutts and bones" quilt Ilene made for a grandbaby. The pattern is from Fons and Porter in the July/August 2004 "Love of Quilting" magazine. Ilene made the mutts from corduroy pants her daughter used to wear.
Ginny brought a rag quilt she made as a wedding gift. We loved the color combination!
Teri always has something fun to share. The small quilt is supposed to look like a window pane and the chickens outside. Fun!
She also showed this red, white and blue quilt with a panel as the center.
Des and Leann made cute pinwheel pillows!
LeAnn used a kitchen window pattern to showcase some Ghastlies fabric in this quilt top.
And Des showed how a quilt can use the exact same pattern but look completely different just by changing the colors in her version of the kitchen window.
Des brought her small houses quilt, too. Her houses are put together with blocks of four houses and each set of four is separated by the pretty yellow sashing.
And it is amazing that a single, simple log cabin square can be such a cute small quilt! This is very fun Des!