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Friday, December 12, 2008

Sew & Tells...


These photos are from our Wednesday night city group's Christmas pot-luck gathering. We had good food, good company, a few games, and we all went home with a Winter/Christmas fat quarter... 8-)

The first photo isn't very good. Could not get a good shot at Dp's whole quilt. The whole quilt is just beautiful!!! There are ducks in the center of each block. It is a gift for her hubby for at the cottage. Matching pillowcases to boot! 8-)




















These next few photos are from my Wonky Bits gathering yesterday. Pg is in the process of putting together this quilt for her granddaughter for Christmas. I believe the pattern is called Hop Scotch... I think S will love it! 8-)




This lovely season's wall-quilt Lp made for her daughter for Christmas. It will look lovely in her new home... 8-)












Pg's Bow-Tie quilt that got pulled out of hiding in the UFO pile.. She was busy hand-stitching the binding down.... Looking good! 8-)

Finally, this is Pg's two wonderfully creative pieces that she had been working on. They were started when she was visiting her sister in BC. She used some of her hand dyed fabric... Lovely job Pg!!! They could hang on my walls! wink,wink!! lol! 8-)







Tonight DH and I are going to his office's Christmas party. I've never met any of his co-workers, so this should be interesting...

I still have one space that needs filling for Pay It Forward... It could be you! Please consider joining in on the fun! You can find the info here.... 8-)

6 comments:

Lurline's Place said...

Love the Hop Scotch quilt - must Google it to see if there is a pattern available!
Hugs - Lurline!

Brenda said...

You always amaze me with all the things you can get done!

Guðrún said...

Dp´s quilt is beautiful, the colours are so rich.

Hazel said...

Thanks for sharing I did the bow tie quilt its one of my favorites .You have some very talented ladies in your group .

call me crazy said...

Oh I love the show 'n tells! Thanks for the photo's! :-)

Karen said...

Oh, some very good quilts shown in this post. The pink one - Hopscotch - is especially interesting.