jeanne picked up her three.
this was a simple 4patch and HST, but we both thought the quilting shined beautifully on it.
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then her gorgeous jacob's ladder quilt.
i like this quilt because i would of never of picked those fabrics for a quilt. that's one of my favorite parts of LAing, seeing all the different fabric combinations my clients choose to use.
i did a simple CC design on it.
she proudly told me "i'm keeping this one"
i used a denim blue thread and i love how it looks on that rich raspberry batik.
for the thread color, i was inspired by the turq on the backing. jeanne always finds the perfect backs to go with her quilts. she let me have a small piece of the leftover backing to add to my next scrappy quilt.
then a cute little applique quilt for a family friend's daughter who graduated this year.
then pam picked up her three.
this is a simple quilt, but the piecing makes the quilt! i quilted a boxed spiral in each square to not compete with the graphic of the stripes.
then her little medalion walhanging which i had fun quilting.
i loved the challenge of coming up with something creative with this one.
and her last, a small little sawtooth star row quilt.
this is toni's sunflower dresden plate quilt.
it is gorgeous!
i found a birdnest in the bush next to where i walk the dogs and have been watching it. this morning i noticed mama bird wasn't there, so i gently looked inside- all three eggs have hatched! the hatchlings are so tiny. their heads are about the size of a no2 pencil's eraser. i think it's a cardinal nest, but i'm not 100% on that. i'll try to get a better picture later when the sun has moved....