I saw this Maxine and it made me laugh and I knew you would laugh too
Here I am explaining exactly how to do something important and why my lightgiver fabrics and other light givers are SO important!
Evelyn from TX just took a class with me this week for Quilting Adventures to make COWS. She made a cow called "Irish Coffee" (see my other blog for a photo. The photo above is of a quilt she made after she had to give back a fabulous opportunity quilt she was in charge of...you do get used to keeping those nice things you work on and then it is hard to let them go. Isn't this quilt cute???
I am showing some of my old quilts I did many years ago. This quilt was sold a long time ago but I always like a happy cat in a fun garden with lots of color...the border is all plaids.
One of my students named Carmen was getting ready to leave class and I happened upon her purse and I just loved it so got a quick photo of it. Isn't it cool?
I have been working on some new things and hoochy borders for them. As you can see by my piles I am getting alot done and I love those dots with all of the other fabrics...so much fun!
Freddy Moran and I made this quilt together. Freddy did the border and I did the woman and things inside..it is alot of fun and it is heavy because it is covered with dozens of heavy shell buttons...I usually do not take it on the road.... hope you enjoy it too. If you aren't using some fun colors, you might want to give them a try, they make you ever so happy!
I love seeing the quilts from your students, so creative and fun.ReplyDelete
You know, I was looking at one of your books yesterday and I noticed that your quilts are timeless...or you are ahead of your time because they look like you could have made them today. Whimsey just never goes out of style and you are really a whimsey expert. I'm doing a project to finish 4 of my UFO's before I start another quilt so I have to be careful about looking at your books...they so make me want to start something new! Cheery wave from BevReplyDelete