Do you think you are a Super Quilter? Well, do you dress like this? You have some work to do to catch up with this guy. He is a regular at the AQS quilt show in Paducah.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
and with quite an opening! The show started this year with a local high school band marching up the aisles.
Mary Ellen and Kathie arrived safely in Paducah for the AQS international Quilt Show. No threats of flood this year. They have worked hard to get ready for all you quilters. Visit booth 1816 in the Convention Center
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Barbara turned her projects from the March “A Day With Marty” class into this fun pillow and mini picture. Barbara just applied binding to the outer edge of the pillow and it looks just like piping! Look for your chance to express yourself, coming in the Fall class schedule.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Oops! We’ve made our first Second Saturday Sampler cutting error. If you picked up your kit this morning (Sat., April 14), you will find you do not have enough of the black fabric (shown) to cut your 3” blocks. Just stop by the shop and pick up additional fabric or, if you live a distance, call us and we’ll mail you what you need. So sorry for any inconvenience!
Friday, April 13, 2012
More great quilts from 2nd Saturday Sampler Show and Tell. You don't have to miss out. Come to LQ tomorrow Saturday 4/14 betwen 9:30 and 11, to the back of the store to the classroom, and you too can participate.
Several ladies made extra of this month’s Jacob’s Ladder block and already have them sewn into tops! This was a great block for an all-over pattern.
Amie is setting her blocks as she goes. She took her 6” block and set it into a star block. By the end of the year, her blocks will be all ready to stitch together.
Mary finished this beautiful Mariner’s Compass block in the Star Struck class. Janice Kuhns was the special guest teacher for the class in March and even though most of the class had very little experience with paper piecing, everybody got stunning results.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Julie was the first of our Leap Day participants to bring in her finished mystery quilt and it is so bright and cheery – perfect for her beach house! Mystery quilts are a lot of fun because you come to the class not knowing what the quilt pattern will be (be brave!). Choosing your fabrics can be a challenge, but as long as you have definite contrast between all your fabrics, anything will work. You can see a trunk show of quilts from the class now.
Friday, April 06, 2012
Isn’t this just the cutest snowman? Anne is attending a Braid-In (like a quilt retreat for rug braiders) the end of April and everyone was challenged to make something with a weather theme. If there’s a prize, we think Anne is sure to win! Anne says her “snow braider" is getting ready for Spring, but she better hurry up and finish her rug! There are five different styles of rug braiding and so far this project shows four of them. Anne plans to make a pocketbook for the snowlady to carry which will showcase the fifth type of braiding, a square braid.