I got so involved enjoying all the eye candy that I forgot to take pictures, so I'm sorry to say there's not too many to share. Kathy and Ilona in front of some winners. Bird House Quilt. I don't usually go for the pastels but this one just called to me.
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Read all the posts yesterday, wanted to reply but just didn't..
This morning I've gone through them again and what came to mind is that these quilts were likely made by quilters hands for near a year..I see what you all do re placemats for meals on wheels, totes for children with cancer, blankets for storm victims..you all give of yourselves, would you trade that for an award winning quilt that took you a year..I know you wouldn't!!!
You are a fine bunch of quilters..quilters to be admired!
What about a block swap featuring birdhouses? You could pick the color palette and the birdhouse would be up to the maker. I had a very nice birdhouse applique or paper pieced pattern we used a long time ago for a for a baby quilt. Each of us made a block and decorated it to our liking. It came out great.
Left to right. Judy (Seedtosser1), behind her is my girlfriend Ann who kept me company on the drive to Frankenmuth, LindaKay (our own Tatters55) Berdie from Ohio, me, Joyce (Joycet). Janice (lady dragon)
Ooops posted the photo but I thought it was the one with Karen in it..will post that tomorrow..in this photo Karen had not yet arrived at Bonners, worlds largest Christmas store and yes, a fabric shop is located just down the street. Lol
Can we agree to make it a 12 1/2" ( finished to 12" ) block ,just so we have a starting point to work from? I'm purging some of my books and will make copies of the pages I might use before donating them to Rocket Quilter's library.