Friday, June 20, 2014

Still more quilt show pictures

This is the last bunch of pictures.  I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did!

Even more quilt show pictures

More quilt show pictures

Some quilt show pictures

First Quilt Show Post

I went to the WV Quilter's quilt show at Summersville, WV today with my friend Jean.  These pictures are of the booth belonging to the company I work for.  We are vendors at this quilt show.  The lady in blue is my boss, Linda, and the lady standing in the back holding something white is Pam, my co-worker.  The quilt behind the lady Pam is talking to is one of mine:  the Cat's Meow quilt.  The one with squares ringed in white is also mine:  called Meter Maid.  The second picture shows a small flowerpot quilt that is also mine.  The large quilt to the right of the flowerpot quilt is my Celtic Solstice, which was Bonnie Hunter's mystery last fall.  The third picture shows my friend Jean standing in front of our new raffle quilt made to raffle for money for our pillowcase group.  I have lots more pictures of the beautiful quilts I saw at the quilt show, so I put put some in each of my next few posts to this blog.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Cat's Meow Quilt

The first picture is the Cat's Meow Wallhanging I made for my friend Pat.  I gave it to her the other day but I forgot to get a picture of it for the blog.  I visited Pat on Friday and took the picture of it.  She hung it in her craft room where she spends most of her time.  It looks wonderful hanging there.
The second picture is the full Cat's Meow Quilt I made.  I made both of these quilts at the same time.  The cats are appliqued in the embroidery hoop by machine.  The design is from Lunch Box Quilts.  I love to make their designs because they are digitized very well and all the pieces fit together perfectly. 

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Another Small Finish

I embroidered this at work about two or three months ago.  We embroider things and leave them on the embroidery machine in the hoop for a while, just to show what our machines are capable of.  I liked this one so I decided to finish it into a small wallhanging.  Since it is redwork I chose some of my red fabrics and cut 2 1/2" squares and used them to frame the picture.  Then I sandwiched it with batting and backing and quilted around the white block only.  I bound it with the same white fabric as the backing.  I finished it at work yesterday and hung it on our samples wall.  That is where I took the picture.