Our guild is in the final week of our quilt show, which opens on Friday and runs through Saturday. It's a busy, busy week.
You can find all the information about the show here on our website: Brownstone Quilters . If you come, be sure to say hello!
I pulled out this quilt that I finished in 2004 for the fall season.
Here and There Churn Dash.
I swapped churn dash blocks with my friend, Diane, of Persnickety Quilts. Maybe she will post a photo of the quilt she made. We used shirting prints and civil war reproduction fabrics. Here is a close up of some of the blocks.
I machine quilted it with a feather border.
Plain small print backing and my label.
We were inspired to make this quilt when we saw this in Quilters Newsletter Magazine Jan/Feb. issue in 2002.
I'm continuing to make rag balls. It's really easy when you trim away the batting and backing after attaching the binding. I also find it's a fun little "journal" of quilt backs. My Abe quilt backings are the 2 on the left, and the pink one is from my Mother's Garden quilt.
Here is a new pile from my recently finished "A Passage to India" quilt that needs to be rolled and glued.
Saturdayday is the big drawing for our Raffle quilt, Friendship Garden. I can't wait to see who wins this beautiful guild quilt.
I'll be back soon with photos from the show. In the meantime, have a fun week!
p.s. I never did get the "you might also like" button to work, but if you click on a label subject you will see the related posts.