I have really been covered in Lone Star quilts for the last 2 months, but, I only have one more to go. It's not a custom quilting order, so, should not take to long.
Let' take a look back at what has been accomplished:
I still have one more to go. I'll add Jodi's when it's finished.
OK, here's Jodi's. That's all of them for now. I have really enjoyed working on this project. I have learned A TON from each and every quilt. I appreciate the trust that each one of these quilters had in me when they said "Do what you think is best.". I did and now I can sit back and wait for the exhibit to be hung at the library. Then I can go and ohh and ahh just like everyone else. There should be 15-20 quilts in this small venue, so, it will really carry a punch.
My Scrappy lone star won't make the exhibit, but, I think I will be well represented by my customers. Oh yes, I will have one entry. This was done in 2005 and is 16" x 16". This was a class taught by Sarah Quattlebaum at Carolina Quiltmaker and she challenged me to make it in miniature,which I did.
These are just a few of the great quilts that will hang in the exhibit at the Main Branch of the Richland Library. I'll let you know when they go up.
By the way.....there are only 2 sewing slots available for Spring Quilt Camp. If you want in, you need to let me know NOW!!!!!!!
Until next time....................