Sue has Spring on her mind. Have a look at this lovely and very quick table runner she has made.
Diana from Illion has created a cool bag featuring our license plate from
the 2017 Row x Row
A bag with lots of pockets
and a section for her tablet!
Laura and John
worked together creating this adorable
giraffe quilt to make a little girl feel better.
Shirley from Marcy, NY has made a beauty. She started with out flannel Welsh Bricks kit , added Adirondak embroidery and Wow!
Mary-Jo has created a fabulous flannel quilt as a gift
for her son. Don't know who will be more
excited to see this under the tree!
Trish From Norwich, NY
loves our flannel fat quarter baby
quilt pattern! She plans to retire soon
and make quiilts for Project Linus
Our good friend and lovely Irish lady, Nuala, made this darling quilt for a great nephew.
It's on it's way to Montreal, Canada
Storm at Sea
Candy Johnston has made a beauty!
Love this runner
Jeannine used our new "Love" collection to make a Valentines day runner
Cadence Westford, NY
Made a pumpkin for Thanksgiving!
Michealle loves to make baby quilts.
Lucky little girl getting a quilt with cuddle
on the back. It doesnt get softer than this!
A beautiful skirt for a lovely lady!
Pat Hoye has made a cozy flannel
"Apple Core" quilt. Bet this is a hit at her house!
Meet Anne Townsend from Albuquerque NM.
She and her husband are on their way to Elmira for a reunion of WWII veterans. Only 3 of them left that able to make the trip.
Linda wouldn't let us take her picture so meet John
from Ilion. Linda is a prolific quilter and we love seeing the beauties that she makes! Some lucky baby will enjoy this pretty quilt and probably take it to Kindergarten.
Busy with her Imagine Serger!
West Winfield NY
is a master quilter and she brought her "Spring Bulb" quilt in to show us.
We designed this quilt and taught the applique classes seven or so years ago. It has lots of embroidery and is a real beauty. Shirley asked how many of the folks who took the classes with us have finished their quilts and we don't know, but we sure are curious. If you have a finished bulb quilt bring it in so we can make a "bulb quilt photo gallery".
Shirley has moved to pennsylvania to be near her son
and we sure do miss her!