Tumbleweed will be closed today, Monday, September 5, to observe the Labor Day Holiday.
Monday, September 5, 2016
Monday, August 8, 2016
DOUBLE VISION QUILTS by LOUISA SMITH BOOK SIGNING!!
Louisa Smith, author, teacher, designer and friend will be available at Tumbleweeds Quilt Shop on Tuesday, August 16th from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm to sign her new book titled DOUBLE VISION that was just released on August 7th.
I know she would love to see many of her friends here who have taken her classes in the past. A few quilts that are in the book are on display in the shop for a close up look at the construction method the book describes.
Everyone is welcome and if you have never met Louisa it is a chance to meet an outstanding teacher and writer.
On display this month at Tumbleweed are quilts made by Carol Ayotte and Judy Sabourin that appear in the book, Double Vision Quilts by Louisa Smith!!
Crystal Structures by Carol Ayotte
This one by Carol Ayotte was made in 2009 and is an early sample.
Rainbow Bubbles by Carol Ayotte
Oval Essence by Carol Ayotte
Circle Takes The Square by Judy Sabourin
Harmonious Circles by Judy Sabourin
Posted by Mary Carlson at 8:39 PM
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Ellie Shelley spearheaded the making of this charity quilt for Beth Israel Deaconess Cancer Center with help from Adele's class!
The class also worked on making themselves fabric baskets! Here are some of them!
Adele had these four quilts on loan from Swirly Girls Patterns to show everyone!
Gloria (Adele's Mom) showed off her small log cabin wallhanging! She much prefers using larger pieces of fabric!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 4:41 PM
Friday, July 22, 2016
Derek Pazolt entered his "Waters Off Of Cape Cod Quilt" in the Barnstable County Fair in the Beginners Category and won a ribbon for Best Beginner Entry!!! Congratulations Derek!! We can't wait to see what you do next!!
Ellen Flaherty has her wallhanging ready to submit to the Hoffman Challenge Exhibit!! There's a lot of little pieces in this!! Beautiful!!
Sue Latis showed us her mystery quilt she made along with the Crazy Quilters in Falmouth!!
Stephanie Walenski made this quilt for her Mom, who will enjoy reading the funny quotes on it!!
She is also finishing up this quilt in plenty of time for Halloween!
Carol Ayotte didn't miss teaching a class even while recovering from shoulder surgery! The plain black sling wasn't her style so she machine embroidered a recoverable patch for it to brighten it up!!
Her daughter in law, Karen, came to class and worked on patriotic tablerunners!
Betty Ann Mahoney spent the day making Christmas decorations!! Click on the picture to see them better. It's hard to see in the picture, but they are dimensional! The images are raised!
She is also making cards using the same technique!!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 9:25 AM
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Lynne Conroy has some of her quilts and wallhangings on display at Tumbleweed this month!!
There's a nice assortment!
A beautiful Strips and Curves wallhanging!
A bed size quilt made with fabrics giving it an Asian feel!
Interesting textured fabrics!
Nice and bright!
Embellished with embroidered stitches!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 6:34 PM
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Willie has been busy!! This is a quilt she made using Gardenvale fabric and a free pattern from Jen Kingwell.
This is so cute! Willie made this from a panel by Moda! It has a doll that has a change of clothes so she can change from a mermaid to a girl! She also has her own quilt and seahorse doll!!
This clutch has lots of compartments!
Willie made this quilt using fabric by Marcia Derse!
Here's a few more bags she made!
This one is a lunch bag she made for her Grandson using the Luxie-Lunch Bag pattern by Emmaline Bags!
Here's Willie's take along box! Lots of fun stuff in there!
One of the projects Willie is currently working on is this "My Small World" quilt by Jen Kingwell!
And another bag!
Posted by Mary Carlson at 11:52 AM
Thursday, July 7, 2016
For Your Information:
There is an estate sale tomorrow being held by West Bay Estate Sales at a house belonging to a quilter. They said there is a tremendous amount of fabric and things a quilter would be interested in.
The address is
10 Elizabeth Circle
Stratford Ponds, Mashpee
and is starting at 9:00 on Friday July 8th and 9th.
Posted by Mary Carlson at 7:33 PM