Wednesday, February 06, 2013

February's Quilts of Valor show

Welcome to February!!! I know - it has been here for almost a week, but I am denying it.....

This is supposed to be one of our three snowiest months - so we here at the ranch are saying - Bring! It! On!    

If you don't want snow in your are, feel free to push it to us!!

On to the Quilts!!  Check out these Lovely Quilts of Valor!!

This first one comes from Zoe Ann in Denver - she pieced it and it was quilted by Audrey T. Love the colors!!!

This one was pieced and quilted by Mel in Colorado Springs.
This is the Mystery pattern I wrote for Craftsy.

I love the feather wreaths that she quilted in open sections

next is a Quilt from Marie J in Greeley!
It was quilted by Laura in the Springs. 

aren't those stars great!!

A flash from the past - 
This quilt  = made and quilted by Clara and Mary in Jefferson OH
It is the Not So Top Secret Quilt pattern
And my first attempt at writing quilt patterns!!!
It can also be found on my free pattern page ( tab at the top)

The Common Threads Guild in Indiana had a quilting challenge - they decided to make the Jelly Roll Race Quilts and oh boy!!! They did a great job!!

So soothing - kid of reminds me of being on a boat in the ocean...

I LOVE this one - I can not tell you exactly why - but it just jumped out at me.
Maybe it reminds me of the sunsets around here?

Thanks Ruthie to you and your group for these amazing jelly roll race quilts! I love the variety and know they will be loved!!!

You all have a great day!! and don't forget You can win a fat quarter pack of hand dyes from Vicki Welsh!!!


Nancy said...

I never tire seeing all the lovely quilts that you post. Nice job toppers and quilters!

Ranch Wife said...

Quilters are amazing! Does my heart good to see so many wonderful quilts being made for our service men and women. Love your Not So Secret pattern - just a great design! Printed it out for my next QOV. Thank you for sharing it with us!

Kate said...

Fun quilts. Hope that find new homes really soon.

phxquilt said...

What a great show to start off February!