Friday, October 21, 2011

Friday Night Sew In - Quilt Show Part 2 - Giveaway Reminder

Tonight is Friday Night Sew-In.  I've got a couple of things in mind to work on.  What are you working on?  See you there.

Now for some quilt pictures....

These 4 quilts have the same blocks but totally different settings.

I once made a quilt for my Granddaughter Ashley with the above butterfly blocks.  The quilt maker said this was originally suppose to be 2 different quilts and her son suggested making one.

This quilt sang to me.  It reminded me of my time living in the Upper Peninsula.

Now don't forget about my giveaway.  I will be drawing the winner tomorrow and posting a picture of the final giveaway.   Leave a comment if you are a follower.  Leave a second comment if you blog about it.  Good luck to all.

Well it is a chilly day here in Michigan...but at least no rain at the moment.  We've had so much rain lately I was going to ask Terry to build us an ark.  Speaking of Terry, it has been about a week since he retired and we have been constantly on the go.  I told him I need a day to get some sewing done.  I got 3.   Woo Hoo....I get to play with my new machine.

So I'm getting ready to put a pot of "White Chili" on the stove, put some comfortable clothes on and head for the sewing room.  I wish you all a quilty day.

Hugs, Cathy


Linda said...

What gorgeous eye candy!!!

Janet O. said...

I love seeing the same blocks set different ways. Always inspiring. Thanks for sharing these lovely quilts.

Sharon said...

Beautiful quilts!! We are having regular chili tonight and I'm also joining in the Friday Night Sew-In. Can't wait to see what everyone has done!

Allie said...

Gorgeous quilts, hard to believe the first four have the same blocks, isn't it? I love that last one the best! Oh man chili sounds SO's absolutely chili weather. I'm glad it stopped raining too, I might have a heart attack if the sun comes out tomorrow. Enjoy your stitching, girl!

Anonymous said...

i love that last quilt also Cathy

Miki Willa said...

Beautiful quilts. Thank you for sharing your photos.