She said this was made with leftovers from a bigger quilt.
This one was 3-D. Below is a close up.
I liked the snowman face on tan fabric... remember: don't eat the yellow snow!
I gotta try some of this! (No, I wasn't tipsy - it's the way it was hung.)
This one reminded me of the Houseelf. Wouldn't this be the Bride of your Forestman?
The camera did not do justice to this one. I liked the way the border was done, and the Christmassy colors. The centers of the blocks are a paisley print. The rest is greens.
I guess Christmas is coming... I liked this one, too, but then red is my favorite color.
This pic is a detail of the quilting on the next picture. That whole panel in beige is quilted from the sky down to reeds and water...
Think richer deeper forest kinds of colors. I think I need a better camera.
Aren't these cute? I think it was a challenge, cause there were a dozen or so.
I did get 3 new batiks... I guess I was drooling, so my hubby encouraged me to pick out a few pieces... He's an enabler. I think he was so happy to get into the show for free.
Sew that was the excitement here today.
Thanks to all that stopped by and left me some cheer. I appreciate the prayers for my daughter. We need a miracle there.