Our Appliqué Group went on a four day retreat recently. There were only eleven of us that could go this time. We were a small but mighty group of ladies. I can’t wait to show you the great things we did in such a short time.
First of all there is this grand illusion. Don’t you love it?
This baby quilt is so sweet. I love the faces of the animals.
It just makes me smile and I’m sure it will do the same for the baby.
Here is a strange looking one. It is actually the beginning of a beautiful quilt built from the center out.
This is my French General quilt. I finally finished it after three years of intermittent work on it. What a relief!
Isn’t this one interesting? Very simple to make but looks so difficult.
Completely random but organized. I love it!
The contrast in fabric colors is very striking. It makes a simple quilt strong.
This quilt was made for a young man who will soon graduate from High School. I think he will love it.
How gorgeous is this one? Love the fabrics!
This beautiful little gem is all done by hand with wool. The embroidery is exquisite! Do you see Noah’s ark and all the animals two by two?
The fabrics are grand in this one. The fish were cut by hand and applied to the quilt. Stunning!
This magnificent quilt was put together with 1″ squares! Unbelievable!
Oops! Out of order! A closeup of the Noah’s ark.
Isn’t the handwork wonderful?
Can you believe what eleven women can do in four days? Never underestimate a woman with a sewing machine!