Monday, November 17, 2014

Wintery Weekend

I think that Winter is officially here! We celebrated by heading to the Dinner Theater with my parents - and we saw Miracle on 34th Street.  It was so great - the Candlelight Dinner Theater in Johnstown did a great production. And I was glad that Wrangler Man heated up the car before he made us get in it!!

I don't have much on my design wall today - as I might have finished what was up there and forgot to take a photo.... but I did get a lot done....I have officially passed my goal... I wanted to quilt 24 Quilts of Valor - and I am up to 26 now.  I might have another - but I am not sure where the photo disappeared to:


You will see them again in a Wednesday Show- but I wanted to brag now ;-)

This one was made from Orphan Blocks by Cowboy Bob .. I quilted it with a Baptist Fan


This one I pieced - it was the sample for last years block drive. I should be embarrassed that I didn't get it quilted earlier - but it sure brightened my weekend!


This strippy was made by Judy and I quilted water droplets on it - It is cool and fun and way busy!!


And this Beauty was pieced by Diana and I quilted stars on it.


And then I had a few Family sessions - can you believe there are crazy people who like to smile in the snow?  But check out what I saw while photographing people:

Staring us down

I think he wanted my snacks

An Eagle 

6 comments:

Lara B. said...

A HUGE Congratulations to you Alycia, quilting all those beautiful QoVs! Pat, Pat, Pat, Pat, Pat (I'm giving you lots of pats on the back, via the internet!) It is a wonderful thing you are doing! Love the photos of the eagle!

Muv said...

Hello Alycia,

What a fabulous collection of quilts! I especially love the blue and yellow one and the log cabin.

Great pictures of the eagle, too!

Love from England, Muv

knettycraft said...

Hello Alycia, visited your blog first time... love it. Your eagle-photos are amazing... I live in a big city where you never see eagles, sometimes - but seldom - you can see hawkes. Most I love your quilt with that yellow-blue combination. Kind regards, Annett

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Congrats on meeting your goals! What a beautiful Eagle!

lalaluu said...

So fun and rewarding to make QOV quilts. Congrats to you for doing all the quilting. Sometimes that's the part that trips up all us piecers out there!

Kate said...

That's a lot of quilting!