Wow! Did we do good for our LAST night meeting! There was only four of us, but did a lot!
Janet did this one (a UFO) and it's a perfect wheelchair quilt. One her 'mom' said would be perfect for a nice old man".
This quilt went to a lady married to Janet's husband's co-worker. His wife has ...ready?... three cancers (bone, brain and lung) and isn't doing well.
I'm naming it "Stonehenge", since some of the 'bars' seem to be upheld by the verticals.
"Bellies on the Couch", because the center belly of the blocks are laying on a border fabric that remind me of an old-fashioned couch.
One of the designs with the red fabrics... then more blocks showed up and that always changes everything! Lol!
Mary Ellen made this top... I pulled it out to see if we can find a navy blue/dark blue border for another day... Janet took it home to add the border.
Kathy has been at it again... Making three snowball variety quilts. This one is beautiful teals. "Teal Snowballs and Diamonds".
|Dark Cherries and Raspberries|
Maroon/raspberry using animal jelly roll fabrics. We may donate this small quilt to Project Linus.
|"The Heart Behind the Plaid"|
Janet G finished this little wheelchair sized quilt, but laughed when she realized she had lots of beige strips (sewed end to end) leftover. (ps... she was supposed to use it as a thin border before the outer red plaid border... Oh well. It's fine...
After getting Margaret's blocks and the ones the ladies brought, this is the design for one of them. I like the name "Which Way, Red?", since the red diamonds look like the arrows go off to the sides, not knowing which way they should go.
We came up two blocks shy...This is more red (vs with pink), so maybe the name should be "Red Diamonds" or "Red Quartz".
I found some orange fabric for the binding! It will make some of the colors in the quilt POP!
This is as far as we got... We'll sew it in March. Thanks ladies.