Quiltworks had a weeklong sale on their reproduction fabrics and I just couldn't pass these up. Neutrals are always good and I love the floral.
I don't think I ever showed this. It is a neat table topper I think. It comes from Pieced Tree Patterns . They have some really good small patterns with good instructions.
I finally went to the Central Oklahoma Quilt Guild this month. This was one of the quilts shown. I like the border...it does remind me of the Diamond in the Rough I am doing. Not sure it is the same pattern, but pretty close.
This is a gorgeous quilt. Not a good picture, but you can see it in person at the International Quilt Festival in Houston this fall. It has been accepted for show.
This beauty came from Thimble Creek. It is made with Fig Tree's Patisserie and I haven't seen this kit anywhere else. Really pretty.
If you like blended quilts, and I really do, the place online to find them in kit form is Piece Keepers. The owner's name is Susan Branch and she only vendors at quit shows, and occasionally come to the OKC guild meeting with her merchandise. This is some of the fabric I picked up from her at the guild meeting. First time she has been there in a couple of years. I just love the large roses piece. It looks like tapestry and I seem to be into that at the moment. Also the other pieces are from Quilt Gate. They feel like lawn.
Susan puts together kits from the "In The Beginning" blended quilt books and I just couldn't resist buying this one. It called my name.
Look at this border fabric. It is yummy.
And last, but not least, this wool table topper from Bird Brain Designs. I will get this done eventually I think. It is so cute.