We are closed Thursday for Thanksgiving and will be closing early Wednesday, at four o'clock.
See you on Friday!!
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Beth Stephens loves quilting and has opened up an etsy site called Beth La Boo where she sells old quilt tops that she has rescued, repaired if necessary, and quilted, plus modern quilts that she makes!
She showed us a few of her rescued ones recently!
This one is made using mens shirtings!
They are all beautiful!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 11:42 AM
Monday, November 16, 2015
Kathryn Butterworth used mostly Kaffe polka dot fabrics to make this log cabin quilt!
For this one she used the "Catch a Nap" pattern, which looks "bohemian nautical."
Click this one to see better! It is all different shades and textures of beige and gray tones! Beautiful!!
Orange and turquoise are the colors for this one! I always think of Howard Johnson's Restaurant when I see these colors. They look great together, and I love the little sparks of red in it!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 4:08 PM
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Cheryl Wyndham made this awesome wallhanging showing the Whitman Hanson Regional School that she will hang in her office!
Paula Tuano recreated this picture in fabric from a photo on the cover of a National Geographic Magazine! (with permission from the photographer of course)
Here is another one of Paula's! Paper pieced from a Judy Niemeyer Pattern!
Lynn Conroy is working on a new Louisa Smith Strips and Curves type wallhanging!
Karla Oates brought in her Kaffe Fassett Bordered Diamonds quilt!
Nice and Bright!!!
Rosalie Leaman is finishing up her Kaffe Fassett quilt in softer bright colors! I Love the Kaffe Fassett fabrics!!!
Debbie Cole has a peaceful few minutes while her machine embroiders a design on for her one afternoon in the classroom!
Mary Ann showed up her latest quilt made using Civil War Reproduction fabrics!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 8:01 AM
Sunday, November 1, 2015
Carol Ayotte is all set for Halloween!
Have a fun Halloween!
She made her Halloween Jacket and also her purse to keep her treats in!
Carol's friend, Michele Sisgold, also has the Halloween spirit and has her treat purse ready too!
Meanwhile in the classroom Karen Carafoli is busy making a ghoulish outfit for her Granddaughter for Halloween and has enlisted fellow classmate Sue to model it for her!
Have a fun Halloween!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 1:05 AM
Monday, October 26, 2015
Beth Stephens brought in these vintage quilt tops to class last Wednesday night so we could see them!
She was browsing online and came across a fantastic deal for a lot that included some bolts of upholstery fabric and a box of miscellaneous sewing trims and things and these 6 quilt tops!!
They are really cool!
I love the anything goes color choices!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 11:27 PM
Friday, October 23, 2015
This month we have quilts by Ellie Held on display!
This quilt is a 1930's tied coverlet converted to a quilt! This was a wedding present to Katherine Held in 1940 and it will be passed on to her Great Granddaughter ,Katherine, as a wedding present. The quilting is beautiful!
This quilt - made with reproduction fabrics - was totally done on her Aunties treadle machine and is Ellie's last hand quilted quilt!
These next ones are reproduction doll quilts!
Next we have quilted vintage linens inspired by Cindy Needham, guest teacher at Bayberry Quilters of Cape Cod for this months meeting next week! What a great use for linens!
These two were made by Mary Anne Boberg!
Charlotte Tois made this tablerunner!
Here's a closer look!
Come in and see them!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 8:03 AM