Tuesday, September 24, 2013

B & B QUILTING TRUNK SHOW

Last week at the Brownwood Quilter's Guild, our program was presented by B&B Quilting of Buda, TX.  Lori and Nancy presented a truck show using precuts and panels.  Here are a few of the quilts they brought to show us. 
I believe she said they used layer cakes (10" squares) for this one.

And this one too.

Charm packs (5" squares)

Jelly Rolls (2 1/2" strips)
Jelly Roll

Fat Quarters

Fat Quarters

Jelly Roll

Layer Cake
Layer Cake

And I can't remember (lol)

Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll
Deep in the Heart of Texas Panel.  I know about this one!  I think the designer of this pattern is the Quilting Queen.  Anyone else know her?

Quilt Across Texas 2011 Panel

And another Quilt Across Texas 2011 Panel.  The neat thing about this pattern is that you can substitute just about any panel in the area that Lori is pointing to or you can use a big print or focus fabric.  Super easy, peasy pattern.

And this is the back of the above quilt, using the rest of the blocks in the panel.  I can't decide if I like the front or the back better.

More panels

More panels

This panel block was actually cut in half and framed. 
 
I hope you enjoyed the trunk show.  Those girls at B&B are so creative and inspiring.  This was only a tip of the iceberg on what they had.  Their shop is just as creative and inspiring.  It is busting at the seams with fabric, layer cakes, fat quarters, charm packs, jelly rolls, patterns, kits, and all sorts of fun quilty stuff!  It's a must visit if you in their area south of Austin TX on I-35.  And the added bonus is that there is a huge Cabella's in Buda so they guys can drop you off at the quilt shop and they can go to Cabella's.

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  1. Thanks for the great trunk show post.. I LoVe the one using the 5" charm squares.

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  2. Wow, I missed a great meeting!! Thanks for posting all the photos!! What wonderful inspiration!!

    Blessings

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