I don't have anything on my design wall currently. Today I am going to share the design walls at my sewing days from two weeks ago.
Here is an old string quilt that Betty J. saved. Someone gave her the top and she finished it and had it machine quilted . It was so fun just to stand and look at the large assortment of fabrics.
We had a Snowman Panel Challenge to make charity quilts by our group.
We each took the winter snowman panel and made a charity quilt to be donated. Below is Barb's quilt.
Carol Onken's quilt.
Susie Rezlaft's quilt front.
Susie's quilt back.
Susan May's quilt.
Cathy Brock's quilt.
Nancy Boomgarden's quilt. This quilt was large enough for a full size bed.
Isn't it fun to see each person's creative interpretation?
Barb was work on this soothing yellow and gray quilt.
Susan was working on this memory quilt for her mother. The quilt was in memory of her brother who had passed away. It included pictures and t-shirts.
A closer picture of the blocks.
This is Mera's bright, children's quilt. It is so much fun with all the novelty fabrics.
Look at this fun pieced backing. Its truly a two-sided quilt.
Look at Mera stiking a pose. Don't you think that pose is saying
"Yes, I really put a pickle on the back of the quilt! Geez!
Who has more fun than quilters with creativity?"
A great time was had by all. We were missing a few ladies and hope they will be able to join us next time.
Today I am linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times.
Yours in quilting,