Just another day at the JSS Bee — and more fabulous Show ‘n Tell! These gals are amazing when it comes to quilting. So inspiring! So motivating! I hope the pictures inspire and motivate you too.
This pretty quilt was made by Betty. Betty makes her quilts from start to finish with no help from anyone. And she accomplishes a lot! This particular one has Trash to Treasure fabric on the back. That Betty is a wonder!
Here’s Madelyn with a cool Dresden Plate block that she is appliquéing. Good job, Maddy!
Another beautiful quilt made by Betty. Love the colors!
Pat’s pretty Lone Star quilt, that she just got back from longarm quilter, Libby. Aren’t the hearts in the quilting nice? Good job, Pat!
Pat brought additional Show ‘n Tell – her Mom! They have the same twinkle in their eyes. And I apologize for the blurriness of this pic. Blame the photographer for sure! I just wanted you to see Pat’s Mom so decided to include it anyway. I’ll do better next time, Pat. Bring Mom back!
Kay has been working hard on some fabulous embroidery. Now she just needs to add borders to this one and it’s finished. I love the snowmen!
Aren’t they just the cutest things?
We may or may not have seen this one by Karen on the blog before. If we can’t remember, we figure you can’t remember either! And it’s always good to see a beautiful quilt again.
This great quilt by Pam was made with last year’s challenge fabric. Again, if you’ve seen it before, you just needed to see it again.
Karen and Pam had all kinds of stories to tell about their adventures in making these table runners for Karen’s daughter’s wedding which is coming up in how many days, Karen? She can tell you the exact number of days and hours to go. Something about threading a serger or some such nonsense. You’d think it was rocket science or something. Oh, wait a minute. It is rocket science. Have you ever tried to thread a serger? Yep, rocket science.
Look at this Halloween wall hanging made by Tracie. Those are the happiest ghosts I’ve ever seen. Great job, Tracie!
Tracie made this one too – with cute little woodland creatures. Love it!
This quilt of Susan’s, but made by Judy, showed up for Bee even though Susan didn’t. I know. It’s complicated. But the quilt is wonderful.
Judy made this great T-shirt quilt for her son, who loves airplanes.
The quilting really adds the perfect touch, doesn’t it?
Sally made this cute bunny to donate for the Silent Auction at our guild’s Quilt Show next month. What a cute bunny!
And this one was made by Kay for the Auction too. You all should come to the quilt show to bid on these great quilts!
Suz showed this quilt last month at Bee, but you really needed to see it again.
Because it was important for you to see the quilting up close and personal.
Isn’t it spectacular? I’d like to whisk this one away in my bag sometime when Suz isn’t looking.
Hope you enjoyed the show this month! Until next time…..
Wedding day is the 18th. Now you tell me how I can remember that but I can’t remember my own name!!!! Betty is a marvel with that Brother machine. I may need some tutoring from her. And I really inspected Suz’ quilt and EVERY seam matches!!!!
As usual, and like everyone else, I am amazed by the talent of this wonderful group! BEAUTIFUL quilts!!! 🙂
Wonderful show and tell. Everyone does such great job.
Don’t we have some fabulous longarm quilters in our little corner of the quilting world?! Love those close-ups!
Another great blog!
Great things are done by these woman………
Love you all.