So let's get to it!
Bonnie started us off with this cheerful tree quilt. You can't help but smile looking at this quilt.
Ahhhh....I am a huge fan of black and white and so is Lori. She brought this gorgeous quilt. I told her if she didn't want it, I would take it home for my new bed. hee,hee,hee ;)
My good buddy, Renee, brought this quilted bag and ...
inside was this crazy quilt! Wow!
Renee and her husband do Civil War Reenactments. Renee makes lost of different items to sell at the shows, such as these ladies hats.
She's so fun. She modeled one for me. :)
this sweet little hexie coaster.
Pam wowed us all with this beauty. I am in love with those colors. Soooooooooo gorgeous!
Then she shared this bright happy quilt. Pam is our resident hand quilter/piecer. She does not own a sewing machine. Everything is by hand! Cool huh?
Kathie had us all laughing so hard as she told us the story of how this little quilt tried to get to the library display, but never made it. We all gave her a round of applause for her effort. She makes me laugh all the time. It's impossible to be sad when you are around Kathie and her fun energy.
Suzanne was super busy during her snow days! She made all of these kids quilts for charity. She is amazing!
My dear friend, Peggy, showed us this gorgeous bouquet of fat quarter roses. We might have a demo on these at a future meeting. Bunny ears crossed!
Julie showed us this really fun modern quilt. I love it. She pointed out how simple the border is. Great colors too!
Loleta is a total riot. She has a big southern accent so imagine her saying, "I made this quilt big because my husband and I are big people." Then she said, "It's so heavy it makes your toes bend down under it." We all died laughing.
Jackie shared her friendship star quilt from the swap we did last year.
She also shared this wonky house quilt,
this puzzle quilt. She got a lot done on her snow days too!
Sandy shared her child donation quilt.
I love these critters. I have to make some of them. They are so fun.
She shared this block quilt and
Remember Shamus de Barrington from my Cuddle Puddle kittens last summer? Well, here he is all grown up! Gerri is his mom. Isn't he just gorgeous? I love this boy so much. I came home and told Sabrina she made the prettiest kids. :)
Gerri also made this little lamb pincushion. Isn't she cute?
Our president, Vicky, brought the evening to a close with this drop dead gorgeous quilt. She said this was a class she took at the North Carolina Quilt Symposium many years ago. She was determined to get it finished.
She said she used every last scrap of the fabric to complete it. I think it is incredible and the quilting she did is stunning. Vicky is one of our resident long arm quilters.
Thank you girlfriends for allowing me to share your quilts with friends around the world. Quilting brings us all closer together.
Light, love and hugs to you,
Michelle, the Bunnies and Sabrina kitty too,