Sunday, July 10, 2016

Sale At The Golden Gese!

There was lots of quilty fun at The Golden Gese quilt shop on 22 Liberty Street in Concord, New Hampshire on Friday. And shop owner, Nancy, is offering 20% off all her regular bolts' stock and fat quarters for the entire month of July, so plan your visit soon!

Below, is Maureen, with a whole slew of her quilts that were just dropped off by her longarmer service.

Looks like a big binding spree to me, wheeee!

I spy table runners for Christmas presents, shhh, don't tell!

And the leftovers from her Dutchman's Puzzle quilt became another beautiful table runner, too.

I love the backing in a beautiful tan from Barbara Brackman for Moda. Was that from her Metropolitan Fair line? Not sure, but I love it!

Maureen's big quilt this time, seen below, was that Double Square Star that you've seen her working on this summer. That one was a Jenny Doan from Missouri Star Quilt Company pattern. Link.

The colors are just vibrant! Good job, Maureen!

Sue, seen below, is making hay while the sun shines, on her "Storytellers" quilt Block Of the month from Windham's designer, Nancy Gere.

Just look at all those little pieces to keep track of!!!

When you see how it all comes together, it is soooooooooo worth it. Oh my! Beautiful workmanship, Sue!

Beverly, below, had a great start on her tri-color Rhombus quilt and she made more progress on it. You go, girl!

This one is also a Missouri Star free pattern. Link.

One of our favorite Upstairs Gang ladies, Barbara, seen below, came to to show us that she'd finished her Civil War reproduction Churn Dash on point quilt top. Here it is.

The fabrics are so quaint and charming! But you know that I'm biased in that direction, anyway.

She had chosen this 108" wide backing that is also Civil War era reproduction and that's on sale, too!

It will look smashing and I'm coveting some of that backing for myself, now that I think of it.

When I got home, I struggled onward with the quilty yoga to finish picking up all those Jewel Box blocks; bend and stretch, bend and stretch.

Hope that you got a ways along with some fun stuff in your life, too. Don't forget to chomp some chocolate!

Linking up to Love Laugh Quilt. Link.
And to Em's Scrapbag. Link.

Stay calm and quilt on!


Charlene S said...

Beautiful quilts and great inspiration. Thanks for sharing.

Janet O. said...

Fun to see what the gals are all doing. I feel like I know them! : )
On that backing fabric, I still have a mini charm pack of Metropolitan Fair, so I rifled through it and I didn't see this fabric. However, it did look familiar. I recently inherited boxes of CW fabric from a friend that passed, and just last week I got my stash all rearranged to make room for it. So I headed to the shelves of tans and sure enough--there it was in a different colorway. It is a Jo Morton print, but I have no idea which line it is in, as hers don't say.

em's scrapbag said...

Love of beautiful things coming together here. The Dutch men's puzzle and churn dash are my favorite.

Cathy said...

What a versatile bunch of ladies you get to sew to sew and chomp chocolates with (and have fun evidently).

Gardening and quilting are my yoga exercises!

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