We also do a pot luck supper. I was near the end of the food line so I did not take photos. I was thinking I would show the good food too.
The first three photos are of a quilt by Joan A. She had it basted together and spent her time Machine Quilting it on her domestic machine. She just goes like crazy and gets it done. She likes to use the gloves with little rubber dots. She says she saw this pattern of a star in a quilt at the Red Deer Quilt Show last year and traced out the block. The block units are 3"finished so the block finished up to 9". I love the scrappy quilts that Joan makes. She makes good use of some very old fabric mixed with great fabrics, most people would not do the mixture she does. She had some of us pick out our favourite blocks. I picked one with the bright pink and some lime green (third row in the centre of the top photo).
Maybe you can see some of the quilting. She free motion quilted some leaves and some square lines.
Here I am, not to far from my box of tissue. I am working on my RRCB by Bonnie Hunter. I got many blocks put together. I am still not ready to put the whole quilt together yet. More units to do. I am considering making it bigger. Crazy Ha. I would need 6 more main blocks and more string units. I would like a big bed quilt. We are considering on buying a King size bed. And a new bed would need a new quilt.
This wall quilt is by June A. She took a class in St John's Newfoundland in 2010 at Quilt Canada with Pippa Moore. She did the designing in the class with Pippa and now has it based together and was just started to do the machine stain stitch. Can you see it is Bleeding Hearts?
Happy Father's Day.