Wednesday, April 23, 2014


This is a beautiful embroidered quilt that I do not know who made it!  Please let me know if you know who made it!  

This is a "Quilts of Valor" quilt done by Mary Kay, Sussan Morrissey, Michelle Stenberg, and Nancy Stone!  

Nancy Harmon made this tablerunner using nautical fabrics!  

Debbie Zeida has this top ready for layering!  She used Jo Morton fabrics to make it!

Susanne Bercovici used Jo Morton fabric for this Mystery Quilt from the Crazy Quilters of Falmouth Guild!

She made it for her son!

Claudette Reuss made this blue work quilt for her grandson Zachary!  

The center is Cape Cod and light houses go around the Cape in order of direction.  (N, S, E, W)

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Alicia brought in this "Nancy Drew" quilt that she designed so she could pick out border fabric.

So cute!  and brings back lots of memories!  

This quilt was pieced by Bertha P. McLaney in the 1930's.  It was completed by Eva H. Need in March 2014!  

Kathryn and Stephanie collaborated on this "Cracker Box" quilt which was machine quilted by Marjatta Gladding!

Melanie Woods made this king size quilt for her mom and dad!

She quilted it herself and it is her 2nd quilt!  What a nice gift!

Quilts by Trish and Terry Currey

Trish Currey made this Moon Over The Bay quilt in a workshop in Falmouth!

Trish also made this Jo Morton quilt!

Trish made this one and didn't like the border she used so it sat for a while until she found another fabric to replace the original one!  

Terry Currey (Trish's Mom) showed us her latest finishes, this one for a girl going off to college, and

this one for her mailman who is retiring!  

Sunday, April 13, 2014


Kathryn Butterworth finished this bright quilt and showed it to us!

Heidi Hardaker made this purple log cabin quilt for her Granddaughter! 

Dottie Long is getting a lot done in Open Sew classes!  She finished this Twister top

and had this finished quilt made from a Jaybird Quilts pattern to show us!

Anne Lovendale needed a back for her batik quilt she made!  

Robert Kaufman Quilts

Mary Gay Leahy is our sales rep from Robert Kaufman Fabrics.  

She also quilts and brings along some samples of her work when she visits!

These are quilts she made using Robert Kaufman Kona solids.

She also made this baby quilt with Robert Kaufman fabric perfect for a little boy!  

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

The Modern Wedge Workshop

For anyone who might be interested, Kathy Doherty from Material Obsession will be on the Cape to teach a two day workshop on May 28 and May 29, 2014!!

The class description is:
The Modern Wedge is an exciting workshop opportunity for beginners to advanced, art quilters and
traditional quilters.  The workshop focus is on creative use of the wedge shape, exciting use of color
and a variety of design options.  By changing size, layout or use of color, we learn to move the eye and imagination around the quilt.

Pictured here are some of her examples of wedge quilt design!  

For more information please contact Meredith Pearson.  She can be reached by - 
phone  301 529-7857
 Space is limited so don't delay if you are interested!  It's a great opportunity!!

Sunday, April 6, 2014

"Aunt Mary's Workroom"

Mary Wyman makes wonderful dolls and miniature scenes and one of them is on display at Tumbleweed this month!  

The detail is amazing!  Click the pictures to see!!  This scene is called "Aunt Mary's Workroom" and you have got to see it!  Aunt Mary is wearing a necklace and has on a bracelet!  She is sitting in her workroom reading a quilt book.

She has fabric stored under her cutting table and there is a rotary cutter, scissors, and pins on the table  ready to be used!

Check it out!  There is a kitten!  The ott light is plugged in!  

It would have been much easier to have a closed sewing basket but this one is open and full of supplies!

Mary Wyman also sells her dolls and does custom orders too!