Friday, June 10, 2011

Free Sew in the PM and new fabrics

 I have shown some pictures of some of our daytime Friday Free Sew ladies but not the evening group. They were shy about having their pictures taken but, their quilts were so beautiful I gave them no choice!!
 Above Nancy is showing the Christmas Tree quilt she made out of the Stonehenge Christmas 2.5" Strips which we just got last week and the coordinating pattern.  She really cranked that right out and it looks so pretty! Everyone had quilt envy over this one, all that is left are the borders and she is ready to quilt that baby!
 Cathy is here arranging some quotes she plans to embroider on her pretty blue Turning Twenty quilt.
 Down at the end there is Sandra's quilt from the Darwyn's Favorite class done in cream, green and black.
Here is Linda's quilt which she was just stitching the binding onto, so pretty and feminine.
This one is by Kathy who worked up this skill building sampler out of Civil War reproduction fabrics for a class series that she is offering at the shop soon!
We also got a new Christmas line by Jason Yenter called Winter Solstice:
 You may remember Mr. Yenter also designed the line "Camelot" for In the Beginning Fabrics also.  His pattern book has patterns for 5 quilts and one tree skirt. We got the blue/green color way of the line, thinking it would be good all winter not just during the holiday season. It has already gotten quite a bit of attention in the shop.
 Here are some coordinates:
 The main focal print is kind of a wintery collage piece with some metallic silver stars sprinkled on it.

 Border Print:

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