Friday, September 28, 2012


Becky MacDonald brought in her quilt top to show us!  
It is made from the Kaffe Fassett book "Quilt Romance"!

Mary and Ann stopped by at the end of their annual (17th) trip to Provincetown!  These two sisters had a great time as usual!  They worked on finishing projects this year including a needlepoint, small hand pieced quilt and a rug knitted from t-shirts.

Ellie Ringer bought the fabric on a Thursday and was back on Saturday with the top done!  It came out great - a perfect Cape Cod throw or baby quilt!

Valerie Smith made this adorable dinosaur quilt!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012


Barb from the Fun With Barb blog has a picture of my skeletons and lace quilt on her blog today!  To see it go to here.  Thank you Barb!
Kathryn Butterworth brought in her latest project to show us - a "Cracker Box" quilt top using Kaffe Fassett fabrics!

Willie made this batik top using soft grays!

Olive finished up her batik quilt top in Carol Ayotte's Saturday Open Sew Class!

Susan Looney brought in her quilt to show us - she hand quilted it!

Click for a closer look!

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Saturday, September 22, 2012

New Kaffe!

New Kaffe Fassett and Brandon fabric has arrived!  YEAH!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Herring Run QuiltersGuild, Inc. Quilt show

Herring Run Quilters' Guild, Inc. Quilt Show
"With These Hands"
September 22 & 23, 2012
Saturday 10:00AM to 5:00PM, Sunday 10:00PM to 3:00PM
Norwell Middle School, Route 123, 328 Main Street,
Norwell, MA 02061
Admission is $7
On display will be:
Large collection of members quilts
Featured quilter exhibit
Guild challenge quilts - "Make Me Laugh"
Special exhibit of challenge quilts on loan from the Bayberry Quilt Guild
We will also have:
Antique quilt bed turning display
Silent auction (all proceeds going towards breast cancer research)
Basket drawings
Quilt raffle
For more information on our show and our guild and to see a picture of our raffle quilt, please visit our website at

Wednesday, September 19, 2012


Pictured is Susan Hebb next to a quilt she made that is to be raffled off at her church.  
The quilt is beautiful!  She hand appliqu├ęd and quilted it!

The quilt is actually reversible!  Here's the back, with lots of birds!  Click it to see better.  Susan said that men seem to like the back better and women the front.  Interesting!

Here's the label, the church doing the raffle is St. Peter's Church in Buzzards Bay.

Barbara Finnerty made this quilt!  

The floral fabric is actually from our 99 cents a yard table!  Amazing!  

Barbara also made this quilt!  This pattern was a mystery quilt for the Crazy Quilters Guild in Falmouth.

This is the same mystery quilt made by Sue McKinley!  Sue and Barbara are not members of the Guild but a bunch of the ladies they quilt with at Tumbleweed on Wednesday nights are so they quilted along with them!  Fun!

Terry Curry is ready to quilt her tablerunner!

Sue Latis made two baby quilts!

Anne Vogel made this baby quilt!

Tuesday, September 18, 2012


Carol Ayotte made this fabulous wallhanging with the giant fish fabric from Westminster!

Katherine Butterworth chose the pastel fish for her quilt!
Katherine is on to her next quilt using blue and white fabric!  

Ina Nenortas is working on this really cute owl baby quilt!  

Joanne finished her "Ghastlie" quilt and it's hanging in our "Ghastlie " display!

Joanne's latest baby quilt is ready for binding!  

On to more quilts!

Monday, September 17, 2012


Starr Kelley got comfortable to work on her borders in Adele's class last week!
Lynn Turnbow made this Fun and Done quilt!

She made this one too!

Adele is currently working on this one!

Karon Carofoli worked on placemats and got a lot done!

Friday, September 14, 2012

A "Ghastlies" Display!

A "Ghastlies" display is hanging this month!  Have you met the "Ghastlies"?  They are a lovely group of people on a few lines of fabric from Alexander Henry.  We love the "Ghaatlies"!  

Mary Collari made this tabletopper.  Or wallhanging, depending on where you put it.

She also made this pillowcase hanging below it!

Willie Fiedler made this quilt using all of the Ghastlie color ways; gray, pink, and green!

Mary Collari made this quilt from the "Simple Shapes, Easy Weekend Quilts" book!

Valerie Ward used an Atkinson Designs pattern called "Fire Escape" for her quilt!

Willie made this quilt using a Valerie Wells pattern called "Carry All Tote and Throw"!