Secret Santa

We will have all year to prepare packages for our Secret Santa quilter. Tutorials for gift item ideas will be posted. We can share photos of items we've made or ideas for gifts. Share if there is a fabulous sale going on so we can take advantage of sale prices to purchase gifts. We will fill a medium Priority Mail box with lovely and fun gift items for that special Secret Santa quilter. Come join us!

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Christmas in July Tea Towel Contest

This is where you should post your tea towel photos for the Christmas in July contest. All entries must be submitted no later than July 16. Judging will be July 16-20 via pm to Linda. Winner will be announced July 21 after votes are counted. Good luck everyone! Can't wait to see the photos!!

Mary A. tea towel....

Kathy C. tea towel....

Ginny's tea towel....

Kathy G's tea towels....

Linda's tea towels...

Mary's towel....

Kathy M's tea towel....

Wilma's tea towel....

Discussion Forum

Me too!

Started by Kathy Cassidy Jul 15, 2017. 0 Replies

I have finished my towel, too.  It was fun to play around with a small project.   I hope I posted this correctly!   Kathy C.…Continue

Finished my towel...

Started by Wilma Schirra-Kays Jul 11, 2017. 0 Replies

Not sure how to load to area.

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Comment by Beth A. North on September 22, 2017 at 12:01pm

It is on the burner (get it?) and will turn it over when I get the chance.  Really busy with quilt show quilts and the one I am working on has bleeding fabric so now I have to deal with that.  Hoping to see some light soon.  Plus, I do not own an apron pattern.  I purchased one and is in the mail.  What can I say, not something I make to often. LOL

Comment by Linda Koller on September 22, 2017 at 11:26am

Mary, I've never seen or heard of anyone who was able to stay on a fabric diet!!! LOL

There are only 8 days left for the apron contest everyone. I have 2 minky charm packs waiting.

Comment by Chris Michelle on September 22, 2017 at 8:07am

Ruth Ann, I love the Jamestown Landing pattern also....ALL THOSE Hourglass blocks! I have an enormous scrap pile so I have taken my accuquilt GO and started cutting scraps into HST's of whites and creams and blues. I am using them for leaders and enders and already have 450 made. Doing it that way seems less tedious than just sitting for days sewing HST's. I am thinking of making the Ocean Wave's quilt with them.

Comment by Mary Moore on September 22, 2017 at 12:19am

Linda, If no one else competes, please withdraw my apron.  I am on a fabric diet.

Comment by Ruth Ann Henderer on September 17, 2017 at 2:42pm

Neutrals and blues of all sizes.  I like to do Bonnie Hunter mystery quilts and she always uses Neutrals plus I want to do her Jamestown Landing which is neutrals and blues - batik or others - they all blend together in her little pieces!

Comment by Linda Koller on September 17, 2017 at 1:53pm

Good question Paula!

I'm always looking for blenders...FQ or 1/2 yds. I'm getting low in yellow, orange, brown, black.

Comment by Paula sizemore on September 17, 2017 at 1:09pm
Good morning everyone!! I hope this day finds you all doing well. I been working on my sis gifts,, and I was wondering is there any certain color style that anyone needs in material, and how many yards need,,, also is there anything that your hoping sis puts in your xmas box ,any suggestions greatly appreciated,,, want the gift to be just right!!
Comment by Linda Koller on September 17, 2017 at 4:22am

Ruth Ann, so glad to hear you survived Irma in tact! And to think you and your guild are helping those in Houston! You gals are certainly to be commended.

Comment by Paula sizemore on September 16, 2017 at 6:20pm
My apron almost done,,, been a very busy few weeks daughter and my 4 granbabies have moved in with us till she gets on her feet getting a divorce, so I have had my hands full, but I don't mind my kids know as long as I am here, they can come home anytime need,, but I will get back to sewing again.
Comment by Ruth Ann Henderer on September 16, 2017 at 4:27pm

I had everything ready until Irma came to visit.  Sorry but I am not going to have time to do it.   Irma was good to us so except for inconvenience of no power/cable/internet for a few days and clean up of minor debris in yard we are great.  What a relief.  I feel so very bad for people who lost everything or a lot even.  Our guild is putting together quilts that can be sent to Houston because  we know someone who lives in Houston and is in good shape but knows people who lost everything and she is willing to take them and deliver.  That sounds like a plan as then we know they will get them and not end up in a warehouse for months before anything happens with them.  Sad to say but the people who volunteer only have so many hours each day and with devastation that badly you can see how this type of thing could happen.  Food and clothes are much more important for the first few weeks.


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