|Pat in Fife Lake MI|
|Norece in TN - thats 45 blocks there!|
So - are you ready for some Quilty Goodness this week? I am so in the mood to snuggle up and quilt - must be that time of year!!
So - Our first quilt today comes from Elsie and Quilted by Lois K in Broomfield ( ish) Lois is so awesome - and Elsie - she is a piecing machne!!
It is called Colorado Autumn - pretty fitting I think!
This is another Elsie and Lois Combo - it is called Hot Sauce. There might be a hot sauce bottle or two in there! Surprise!
This is the 3rd pairing of Elsie and Lois for this show - this quilt is called Starry Skies. It is really beautiful. The picture doesn't do the colors justice,
The fourth and last quilt from the dynamic duo of Lois and Elsie - it called Sapphires and Rubies.
I love that they have named their quilts - do you do that? Sometimes I do - and sometimes they get real fancy names like - the orange quilt.
Machine Quilters Exposition did a Block drive and Colorado was the recipient of a lot of them. They had a great turn out and so generously shared with Quilts of Valor groups - this is one of the Modern Quilts made with those blocks. it was quilted by Connie in Loveland
This yummy quilt (below) is flannel and was pieced by Deb P, and quilted by Dawna in Thornton
This gorgeous patriotic quilt was pieced by Sheryl K and quilted by Bonnie in fl. They made a wonderful team!
The last quilt in today's show was pieced by the University of Northern Colorado's Softball Team, and quilted by Me. ( Alycia just in case you forgot already Tee hee hee)
All three of these guys were so tickled to be nominated to receive a Quilt of Valor. quilters - our quilts made their day. They sat and chit chatted and were just so happy to be thought of, and to be honored this way. It was really cute!
So that is today's show - be sure to check out the block drive:
I have also written it up as a pdf pattern on Craftsy :