Showing posts with label quilt. Show all posts
Showing posts with label quilt. Show all posts

Saturday, September 30, 2017

A Few Grands and Improv Quilt Workshop

Life ...
This evening we celebrated Rusty's 2nd birthday.

Talya, Georgi, and Tina made special letters with stencils, watercolor markers, and stickers.
The boys entertained themselves by running a remote toy from the other side of the carport.

... as a Quilter
I enjoyed teaching an improv class today.




Friday, September 29, 2017

Summer Life

Life ...
Did I mention that I got a ...

... helicopter ride this summer?

It was so neat to be sitting there and then gently lifting up, up, up and away!

 I don't know the name of these beautiful flowers ...

... in my friend's yard.

Teryn helped me make his cake for his 4th birthday.

Occasionally the farm boys need me to take them to the field.

... as a Quilter
I exhibited at a gift shop in Columbus for their annual ArtWalk.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

MQA - Patches Workshop

Recently I taught my "Patches" class in Jackson for Mississippi Quilt Association. These nine students were a fun group and did wonderful work.

I'm always thrilled with the talent and creativity of the group.




 

 

Thursday, June 08, 2017

Life

Life ...
Paul just happened to be at the right spot when I asked to get a picture of Justin and Rachel, the new bride and groom.

Maybe Quinten can help get the radio controlled plane going.

Home ... sweet home!


We have 4 Pekin and 4 Mallard ducks that we enjoy.

... as a Quilter
I've finally finished a quilt for Josiah Paul.

He was right pleased to be able to take it home.

I'm starting another quilt for "PeaPicker" using the scraps of his daddy's ties. It's taking a little longer as I need to do more piecing and trying to make the best use of the scraps.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Some Highlights of Our Heatwole Sewing Retreat

I love being with my family.
We sure missed Sheila ...

... and our sister-in-law Cheryl joined us later for a couple days.

Mother and Polly worked with color and value on this project. For most of mothers life she has been an artist painting with oils. Polly heard her say several times that she sure was enjoying this layout of color.

Then Polly worked all day making blocks for this quilt.

Our sewing space was simply amazing. Lots of room to spread out.

Mother is telling a great granddaughter Dori the story of the time she worked in a sewing factory on a fast machine and after going home she sewed over her finger with her momma's slow sewing machine.

Here's a finish. Emily's Moo Cow.

I made this quilt for a grandson Josiah and have blocks for another grandson Bryce.

This one has a modern feel to it.

June did a lot of hand sewing on this heirloom quilt that was started years ago by her husbands relative.

Coleen's project was to put the finishing touches on her velvet pillows. Mother did the piecing years ago and Coleen did the fancy stitching and is making them into pillows.

Afton was a trouper making this from start to finish. She even wanted to quilt it but didn't have a backing.

Her momma Jolene's final creation.

Cheryl made this stunning quilt from a layer cake packet. Love it.

This quilt is for a competition coming up soon. I call it "Summer's Heat."
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