An antique basket top, partly hand and machine pieced, got lots of raves. Note how the blocks are set so there is not an up or down. Clever woman of long ago.
Judy did another Real Trip Around the World for a service person. She included some tan blocks for the Army.
What a beautiful top about to go on the long arm machine with MaryAnn quilting. A star quilt for a special son.
Connie always steals the show with her scrap quilts. A Feed sacks wonder.
A Drunkards Path has never looked so pretty. The long arm quilting in such a simple fashion sets off the border. By Connie again.
More from Connie. Those hour glass center squares really set off the simple rectangles.
What to set off the variety of show and tell than a T shirt top for young lady. How clever the original block with putter and ball.
The grand finale from Connie, again. Known as the Pizza quilt but done here in more feed sacks. Note the half cookies on the table brought from Connie as my Half Birthday to share with all. So fun and meaningful to sign lots of my new Scrap Happy Quilts book for fellow quilters. Stay tuned for next month.