Kathy discussed the differences between small quilts and miniature quilts, and tips on how to make a miniature quilt. We are ready for our swap with the Chattanooga Guild.
Mae made this bookshelf book. Some of the books even have titles on the spines.
Mae had to make a matching pillowcase. Love it!
This vintage applique quilt wasn’t completed. Mae is creating additional blocks to make a full-sized quilt.
To make the new blocks blend in with the old, each block is finished by hand.
I finally finished my son’s quilt, just as I dropped him off at college. He loves it! I started it over 10 years ago.
Susan finished this wedding quilt. It looks wonderful!
Just a few of the rings got densely quilted.
Carol finished this baby quilt top.
This panel will be part of the back.
Cassie finished her “Long Time Gone” quilt.
These Allison Glass fabrics are so fun for the back.
Kristi shared these seasonally themed minis she received from a swap.
Scrappy tumbler blocks. Looks great!
Melanie finished her quilt top for her new pattern “Prairie Waltz.”
Another quilt top for an upcoming pattern from Melanie.
Karen finished her wedding quilt.
It’s all hand quilted. Nice work!
Kathleen finished this kit that she got from Quilt Basket. The quilting adds so much to it.
The back of the quilt is so colorful – a major contrast to the black and white front.
Beth finished this baby quilt. So fun.
3D Blocks on the back is Beth’s signature.
Another baby quilt. This one has ballet otters.
A simple, but striking back.
Michele is making this applique elephant with fabrics from India. Beautiful.