Not that I haven't been busy with several projects its just that two of them I can't write about yet and the other two are still at the same stage as the last time I wrote about them. So I've got some fun show and tell shots of the project that each of the Group members are working on - except the other Deb, for some reason I didn't get any pictures of her project.
Here are the rest of the gals with their quilts. First up is Jane and the Houses BOM quilt. I love the secondary pattern created by the two toned Courthouse Steps blocks.
Here's a close up of it.
Here's a closeup of Carol's wall hanging. Those flower colors are just popping off that black.
Here's my sister Dutchy just back from her annual trip to Florida. This snowbird was busy while she was down there for 3 months. Golfing, swimming, and even teaching a quilting class! She has promised to share her pictures of the quilt that her quilting class made and raffled off. When I get them I'll be writing a post to share with everyone.
Her project is hexagons. She's making a table runner to go in her kitchen. I didn't get a clear picture but you can see how she fussy cut those fun chickens She'll have 3 of these hexagon chicken blocks on a beige background for the full table runner.
This is Tami and her Wonky Churn Dash quilt. This was a class at the local quilt shop taught by Charlene, one of the other gals in our little group. Wish I had been able to make it for this class. Great colors!
And she added that fun applique border. She's a whiz at applique, not just fast, her hand work is also beautiful.
In addition to the churn dash quilt, Tami also had this cute applique wall hanging.
Here's a close up. I just love those fun flowers, so pretty!
No pictures of Charlene this time, she was off to Maine to visit family. I'll catch her next month.
And even though I didn't get any pictures of the other Deb's project I can tell you it is a beautiful full/queen size quilt that she is hand quilting. The blocks are hand embroidered flowers of each of the 50 states that her grandmother started. Deb is putting the finishing touches on it with beautiful floral sashing and cross-hatched hand quilting. It is just beautiful. I'm pretty sure our next get together is at her home so I will definitely take some photos of it.
Oh yeah, and no pictures of me this time because the project I was working on is a gift. Besides, my face was so red in the pictures it looked like I'd been out in the sun too long. LOL
A big THANK YOU to Jane for hosting this month. Jane's turn is always in April and it's always raining but this time, just for the record, NO RAIN!!!
See you girls next month and I promise to catch up on my blogging :o)