I think I will have as many as 16 quilts ready to hang in our guild's show this year. I don't think I ever had that many, even the year I was Featured Quilter. Well, this year they are encouraging small quilts, and small is part of the theme, so it was easier to churn out a bunch. Many of mine are just simple, quick, unimpressive, and small. A couple of them are beauties, but most are average. Here is your first sneak peek at some of the quilts I will show this year. (Most of them you've already seen anyway... no big thrill today, I guess.) A couple of my quilts are still at the machine quilter, so I'll show those in a few days when they're done.
This one is about 50" x 70"; after the show this will be donated to Wrap Them in Love
This is my goofy one with odd stuff added to it
The slide shows up well when back lit; I think it's a shot taken in Europe.
Solid Style.. it's only about 8" x 14"
Guess what this is. duh. and you've seen it before
This is my Bah, Humbug quilt
my pet Hum Bug is 3-D
My bride doll from 1960 has become a quilter, too
You've seen this already, probably too many times
I purchased this at Aunt Annie's Quilts.. a sample made by shop owner Lucy Senstad and then beautifully quilted by Diane Schotl.. I love this quilt!
showing the center block detail
This is my masterpiece, also quilted beautifully by Diane. It's done and gorgeous!! I'm modeling it in my grunge, not-going-out-in-public outfit and hair.