Saturday, June 13, 2015

Let's Roll!

There is only one block to show for my "Stars In A Time Warp" for Barbara Brackman's Civil War Quilts blog.

This one was a gift from Charlene over at the Golden Gese Quilt Shop from her personal stash of Civil War selections. It was SO worth fussy-cutting for the center of the block! Thank you Charlene!

It might be considered more of a toile than a chintz, but it does have a cream background and flowers of many colors, so I went with it, LOL!

At the Golden Gese Quilt Shop on 22 Liberty Street in Concord, New Hampshire, we welcomed a new gal named May. She was working on a new kitty bed. Good job, May!

Beverly was making great progress on her Illusion quilt in modern grays and yellows.

Here is a little better orientation of it.

Way to go, Bev, it's looking great!
In fact, when Sue saw it, she decided to play along and to make one, too.

I love those red florals that Sue is using because they are so cheery!

Maureen had been busy at home and had a boatload of these Red, White, and Blue banners to give to her veteran friends. Nice work, Maureen!

I got my inner borders sewn onto my Bonnie K. Hunter Grand Illusion mystery quilt but forgot to get a picture, so sorry!!!
What mattered most was seeing eveybody and sewing together, and, oh yes, we all chomped a little chocolate, too, LOL!

Happy sewing!


Janet O. said...

What a cute center print for the star.
Love the illusion effect. Will be fun to see it in different fabrics.
What--no photo of your progress?
I think I need to go find some chocolate. : )

Mary said...

Looks like you were all busy. I love the color choices for the Grand Illusion.
All very nice.

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