Donna, Wear some warm Clothes cause its suppose to get cold starting Thursday, At least for a few days anyway, maybe we can meet for lunch . I would like that. we have lots o fmembers out here ,and we get together once in a while to shop hop and have lunch. maybe I can get a few of us together , for a day. Might be alot of fun.
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
I love both of these! So different and cool! Wonderful job!!!! What fun!!!
the comment I made was for Max :-)
Joe:it's an air sandwich
I'm not a big fan of skulls but these are kind of cute...and BTW what is an air sandwich?
Life is like a quilt...bits & pieces, joy & sorrow, stitched with love
Max, I absolutely love your quilts - the first one that you named Bangles Baubles and Beads, when I first started looking at it I thought of musical notes for some reason - it really made me smile. Then I got to see your flag quilt - very striking - I have never seen this pattern before but can say this - you did an absolutely wonderful job! The person with PTSD will smile when they look at this quilt. Being a retired AF disabled vet, I thank you for the work that you are doing for a military member in thanking them for their service. it truly means a lot to us to be recognized for our work. And I know the ones with PTSD need that reassurance more then most civilians. You are an awesome quilter.
I thank you for the thoughts and prayers you have put up and I hope you have a very quilty day!
Oh my gosh!!! What beautiful quilts! You really have an eye for something different. I love your rendition on the modern Mystery Quilt and your colors. The veterans quilt is amazing. Was this a purchased pattern or something you came up with. Outstanding to say the least.
Fabulous way to make a table runner/mat. She is going to love it. I very seldom ever buy less than three yards of anything I love. :-)
WOW Max! Your MMQ turned out great, I love the way you modified it and I love what you named it, very appropriate. Your lap quilt is great as well, I love the look of the red and white pattern. What pattern did you use?
Donna, I absolutely love your table topper, it's definitely a success!
An air sandwich (two pieces of bread with nothing in between, 'cause you ain't got nothin to put between) in quilt terms would be a top and a back with no batting. I do those sometimes for table cloths and stuff.
Also I make kitchen towels, flour sack towels with a piece of cloth and air sandwich quilted. You can see some of those in my daughters blog food photo archives, which I shamelessly promote here:
I kind of thought that might be the case Joe, but thanks for the answer and thank you for sharing your work!
Joe, very nice work - thank you for sharing the eye candy...
Here is Rita's quilt - I am not sure if I am going to add one more border or not - I have this stain glass looking material I bought to border this quilt and then went a totally different direction putting it together - so for the moment I have stopped - I ordered the batik flannel batting and will decide when it gets here whether to add that last border - I do like it though - turned out better then I thought it would...lol
Thea ,it came out really nice .
thea, I love this doggie quilt, are the dogs machine embroidery???
That sounds like fun. Lets try.