Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Creative Customers

Phew, it's been a full month. Our fall catalog came out, we held an Open House, Mary Fons came to talk, and then there was the Northwest Quilt Expo -- all in September. It would have been great to blog about these things, but we got too busy! But speaking of busy, our customers have been busy too. Please join us in putting up our feet, grabbing a nice cuppa, and looking back at the beautiful quilts our creative customers have brought into the shop lately to share with us.

If this delightful photo of Betty bringing in her armload of charity quilts doesn't epitomize the generosity of our customers, we don;t know what would. Thanks to everyone who donates to CARES NW.
Barbara proudly shows off her beautiful Sequoia quilt.

Cheryl used a fun panel fabric to make a fun and easy quilt for a grandchild.

Can you believe that Evelyn used all Australian Aboriginal prints in these fantastic wheels? It's a great combination of traditional and unexpected.

Nancy's Melbourne quilt is also made using dynamic aboriginal prints.

Here's another surprise from Evelyn. She mis-cut triangles for her Spinner table runner, so she used them in another arrangement to make this "Plan B" runner.

Joie wouldn't let us photograph her face so here's her feet. We love her happy quilt made with dog-themed fabrics. Even the quilting includes a dog bone motif!

Kathy's Dancing Churndash made with the Quick Curve Ruler is stunning! We're a big fan of her grey and yellow (grellow) color scheme.

Dawn's Seeing Stars class produced stunning results. Here's Maxine's stellar blue version.
Our Pinecones are pretty creative too. Kristin made good use of the Quick Curve Ruler and our Awesome Odds stash to  create this glowing quilt for a friend's birthday.

We'll be back to posting more regularly as we re-stock the shop and get ready for cooler months and more indoor quilting weather! Be sure to also check us out on Facebook and Instagram for quick posts about new fabrics, show and tell, and more.

1 comment:

  1. Congrats! Good job. They're all beautiful, but I think the last one is my favorite.