Monday, June 29, 2015

Fourth of July Hours

Tumbleweed will be closed Saturday, July 4, for the 4th of July holiday.  We will be closing at 4 on Friday, July 3, and will be open as usual on Sunday.
Have a great holiday!!

This Month On Display

We have two quilts belonging to Laurie Shifrin on display at the store!

Laurie is a pattern designer and this one is called "Starfire".

This one is called "Secret Sancturay".

These three quilts belong to (from left) Willie Fiedler, Kellie Parham, and Suzanne Adler.  A few years ago they attended a class given by Charlotte Angotti at the Machine Quilting Expo and these are the result of that class!  Each student was given the same kit to make the blocks for the quilt and they added their own fabric choices for the borders.

Willie made her quilt larger than the other two by setting her blocks on point!

Kellie used a dark brown fabric for her outer border!

Suzanne added a medium brown border!
Its always fun to see the different direction people take with the same blocks!

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Quilter's Yard Sale!

Betty Crowell is downsizing her quilting stash of fabric and all sorts of things for quilting!
It will be held on Friday June 26 and Saturday June 27th  from 10 to 4!

The address is 22 Gunrock Road
                        Yarmouthport

Take 6A to Setucket Rd.
Go 1 3/4 on Setucket, past "Follins Pond", make a right on "Gunrock"

                     

Antique Quilts of Bourne

The Bourne Historical Center has an exhibit of antique quilts this summer called:

Remember Me:  Antique Quilts of Bourne (1863-1930)
Featuring the Monument Civil War Era Quilt Blocks, Signature Quilts, Bourne Family Quilts, Antique Samplers

Open - Mondays, Tuesdays 9:30-2pm
2nd, 4th Wednesdays 7-9pm

Bourne Historical Center
30 Keene Street
Bourne, Ma

Admission is Free!  

Here are pictures of some of the quilts on exhibit!  







Friday, June 19, 2015

Tere D'Amato

Tere D'Amato, from Mashpee, stopped in recently!  She showed us her awesome quilt in the "New Quilts from Old Favorites - Nine Patch" book!!

Every year the National Quilt Museum sponsors a contest and exhibit called "New Quilts From An Old Favorite" that challenges participants to make a new quilt based on a traditional pattern that they choose each year.  

Tere was rewarded with a fifth place finish for her quilt!!

Here is her quilt pictured in the book!!
Tere is well into her quilt for this year's challenge!!
Congratulations!!

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Quilts!

Terry Currey made this beautiful pieced and appliqu├ęd top using an Edyta Sitar Pattern!  I love the colors!

Kathrynn Butterworth made this quilt top using the new fish fabric by Brandon Mably!

Anne Vogel made hers using Brandon's original fish fabric! 

Sue Latis is ready to layer a beautiful purple log cabin top!  

Karen Carafoli (right) is on the floor getting help from Adele Scott laying out her quilt before she pieces it!  

Thursday, June 4, 2015

For the Kids


Marie Spadaro used some time during school vacation week to make this baby quilt for a friend!

Kathrynn Butterworth sewed this top together from scraps leftover from other projects!

Debbie Zeida used machine embroidery on this Frozen quilt she was making!


Jackie Crosby made this Olaf quilt for someone she knows!

Carol Scrivner made a dinosaur quilt for her Great Grandchild!

Emma is pictured her with her horse - Midas- made by her Mom, Rebecca!

Linnie made an elephant pillowcase and sewed flying geese to use for the cuff!