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Corrine Hartwick NY
Christine Pittsburgh PA Penny Hartwick NY
Jeannine, Fly Creek Wendy, Morristown, NJ
Nancy Roxbury NY
Linda from Oneonta
made a great sports quilt for her grandson Jackson
bet he just loves ut!!
Linda From Northern Michigan
Linda was cleaning up her UFO's and found a kit
from 20 years ago. Good news is that it is
now finished and really adorable!
Pat from Edmeston
has been working from her archives.
This quilt combines a Maywood panel
from years back and goodies from her stash!
Pat likes Maywood flannel and so do we!
She has combined a Christmas panel with our
kids flannel Rag Quilt Kit. Isn't this cute?
How cute is this baby qult?
Jeannine from Fly Creek needed a little project
and this is an adorable one!
Joyce from Fly Creek made some lovely
tree skirts as Christmas gifts
Sometimes we have the most interesting people show up needing help. The dry cleaner destroyed Santa's pants, his hat and the front of his coat after the festivities last season.
We need to work some magic so Santa will look his very best while he entertains the kids at the Fly Creek Fire Station this December 8 from 4-5:30! If you live in Fly Creek you are sure to see Santa riding on top of the fire truck on December 8 after the children's party.
Watch for the fire truck to go past your house!
After the Magic Santa is ready to bring
presents to all of the children!
Sherlee From Fly Creek
Sherlee has made a very cute baby quilt.
Bet that baby is tickled pink!
Karen from Buffalo, NY
Karen has made a quilt for her granddaughter Adalyn and how cute it is! Both the quilt and little one are as cute
as can be to be sure.
Look at these! Susan has been busy finishing her flower blocks and they are spectacular. If you participated in our wool wildflower group this will get you motivated to finish!
Charlotte from Oneonta
Thanks for helping me choose the finishing fabrics for my civil war blocks! All done!
Linda from Oneonta
I gave my patriotic quilt to a classmate- Barry Townsend. He served in the Navy for 20 years and volunteers at theOxford Vets Home and does a Veteran's breakfast Alumni Weekend here in Oneonta. He lost his brother in Vietnam. He is very deserving and was really surprised.
Suzie from Gilbertsville has just finished this quilt with woodland creatures for a little person!
What fun to have "The Sisters" get together and work
on kits, have snacks and beverages and laugh a lot!
Barb's house is the place to gather!
Susan's Donation Quilt
Our friend Susan and husband George are just the nicest people. Susan makes a yearly quilt (crazy quilt this time) donation to Quilter’s Dream for an ALS patient & she has a warm flannel wheelchair quilt on her quilt frame ready to be quilted.
Meet Sam's friends from Canada and Scotland. They come to Cooperstown every summer to attend the opera, visit Heartworks and spend time with Sam. We all look forward to their visit!!
Charlene took our rug class and made candle mats and a table piece instead of a rug!
Andrea has a new grand baby coming
or is it a great grand baby?
Linda makes awesome bags with our canvas! Remember no more shop bags after February!
There is going to be a new Grandbaby for Jeannine
What a cute flannel baby quilt so warm and cozy!
Susan made this awesome quilt for the Albany Veteran's Hospital using our Twirling Triangles pattern.
Karla has made a beautiful summer quilt and it's the first
queen sized quilt she has quilted herself!
Laura and John
worked together creating this adorable
giraffe quilt to make a little girl feel better.
Shirley Evans formerly of 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 many 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!