Karen does fabulous embroidery. She and her husband own several Model T vehicles. She made this quilt to use in the Model T to keep her warm. I don't believe there are any heaters in this old Model T's.
Kathy does a lot of New York Beauty Quilts. Usually they are in miniature form but this one isn't. She made it for her daughter.
Anita loves to paper piece.... I think... anyway she does a lot of it. I just love the paper pieced borders on it too.
Kathleen also does beautiful handwork. She framed her Christmas blocks in something a little less traditional; pink.
This is a huge quilt that Cherie made. I don't know who it's for but she said do something manly on it.
I especially love it when I get a quilt in that has been made from a pattern I designed. Cheryal made this for her son who is a Texas Ranger. She modified the pattern a bit and appliquéd a star on the blue part of Texas. The original pattern is a pieced sawtooth star.
I used a pattern that Nancy at Wasatch Quilting designed for me. It has hats, boots, horseshoes, the state of Texas, the outline of a Texas Ranger's badge and a pistol. Glide Light Blue Turquoise thread was used to quilt it.
Hope you enjoyed the quilt show. I still have more to show you but it will have to wait until after the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 9 Blog Tour coming up on April 28th. See you then.
Oh, and Prom is this evening. You know I'll have photos of a handsome young man and his beautiful date to show you.