And what a meal we had at Quilt Club this past Tuesday at The Cloth Castle, my appetite was appeased. Each month I eagerly wait to see what all those talented ladies will share with us and I'm never disappointed so sit awhile and let the pictures do the talking.
You can never have too many hand knit scarves
Another jelly roll put to great use with Marilyn's usual creative twist. Look at the placement of those squares.
This is a Fashionista wall hanging and all I can say is Oh-La-La!
I know these Trees and Stars remind one of Christmas but guess what, it'll be here before you know it.
The monkeys, they are a multiplying but my aren't they cute
Another great pattern for placemats and they are very attractive done in Blue Batiks.
And you thought all pumpkins were orange, look at this trio but alas no pumpkin pie from this patch.
The checkerboard boarder just bumped this quilt up a notch.
Some little one is going to fall in love with this sweater for sure.
This one is nearly finished and a real stunner, see we can knit as well as quilt!
Carol made this for her Grand daughter and this panel was taken to the next level also by the applique she added, yes there was some thought put into that fairy.
The back of the placemat shows the machine embroidery .
Another gift for some lucky baby, oh so cuddly!
This color combination is one of my favorites.
An old school chenille vest.
Purple Mabel stopped by for a visit.
What's with the blurry pictures? Just from the excitement I guess! Well done Paulette and your own framing too.
Kitty potholders from a dog lover, hmm...
This was a machine Embroidery class.
Yes, the monkeys are still finding there way into Quilt Club.
Blurry pumpkin wall hanging which I embroidered by hand.
The chenille effect is achieved once it has been washed and dried but make sure it is dried with something like a towel to cause friction to create the chenille look. Please add the backing and border first though.