There was a whole lot of sharing going on in our workshop day in Stillwater, Oklahoma yesterday!
So many quilters said “We didn’t know or we would have brought something!”
My reply? If every one of all 50 of us brought quilts to share, we’d NEVER get back to sewing!
Still, those in the know who have read me for a while understand that I love show & share at the end of our lunch breaks. It gives us a chance to get to know one another – where we are from, what guild we belong to, and a chance to show our stuff with the quilts we have made!
If you are coming to one of my workshops in the future, your show & share quilt is always welcome. You don’t need an invite, just bring it!
This one is Roll Roll Cotton Boll, made when it was a mystery a few years back. Isn’t it lovely? You can now find the pattern for Roll Roll Cotton Boll in my book String Fling.
Orca Bay from String Fling!
We had SEVERAL Grand Illusions, each one different!
Another lovely one!
And this one too!
And this one under way!
Boxy Stars from the Free Patterns tab!
A brights on black Star Struck also from the Free Patterns tab!
A variation on Bowdacious from Adventures with Leaders & Enders
This is Liz of the New Home Treadle machine!
Easy Street from MORE Adventures with Leaders & Enders made an appearance!
Also from Adventures with Leaders & Enders – Blue Ridge Beauty!
And what a Beauty it is!
As always, I LOVE LOVE LOVE seeing any vintage tops from your collection come out to play. Check out this bow tie variation:
How cool is this!!
Great 1940s fabrics!
This one came down through the family in a very round about way ---so happy it landed with this quilter who just adores it. I do too! I’ve never seen a bow tie in this configuration!
Thank you for all of the lovely show & share you brought. Such inspiration!
I’m inspired to go sew something ---aren’t you??