Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Wanna Join Me In A LQS Excursion?

Nothing much going on today... but
I had to run up to the LQS during my lunch hour today.


So I thought I would share some of the eye candy there with you.



It was pretty busy and a few friends were there.
Helen was picking up a couple things she created from the
longarm quilter:


I love this pattern! It is suppose to all be one quilt but she divided it up
 and made it into a lap quilt and a wall hanging! Clever girl!

Here is another shop sample.

And Donna, the owner, just finished this wonderful embroidery!

I have always loved this wonky tree pattern.
 Kim of Kim's Big Quilting Adventures made this up last year...
or maybe it was the year before last. Anyway hers turned out really cute too.

This is a beautiful BOM that just started.

Oh, and I want to show you this quilt.
This is Mel, she stopped by my office the other day and this is the quilt she made from
the Dresden class I gave at my retreat last year!
 Didn't it turn out beautiful? She always does exquisite work. I really want this quilt Mel!
Speaking of retreat... it is getting very close!
I have lots of things I need to finish organizing!
Fortunately I have wonderful friends that are helping me...
thank you Rhonda!

16 comments:

Cherokee_Sunshine said...

I love all of the quilts. Do you you have the pattern for the lady bug pattern quilt?

Crafty Mama said...

What a lovely shop! I totally agree with you, I really really want that dresden quilt, how beautiful!!

Cheryl said...

Thanks for the tour. All the quilts are lovely, but I do like Mel's Dresden Plate quilt.

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

What a nice quilt show! Thanks so much for sharing the pictures!

Are there any spots left at the retreat? And will you tell my husband we'll be taking separate vacations?

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Oh what fun! Love all the photo's Sinta! Thank you! :-)

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I think we are going to have a "fight" on our hands--as I want that Dresden plate quilt tooooo!!!!
and My second choice is the lady bug one --how cute--
thanks for sharing your lunch hour with us!
Hugs, Di

Thelma said...

Nice show and tell, thanks! I just love it when you stop in that shop, there's always so much going on!!

Good luck with your retreat, I'm sure the fun will outweigh the work!

Sew Ladybug Sew said...

I love the ladybug quilt too. I have never seen a pattern for that, did she make the pattern?

Ineke van den Akker said...

The last Quilt is my favorite! Well done.

Shannon said...

All of those quilts are just beautiful. I wish I had lunch breaks like that.

Quilt Hollow said...

Enjoyed!!! Especially like the basket wall hanging with matching lap!

PunkiePie said...

Thank you for sharing, Sinta!

Sherri said...

Great Excursion...thanks for sharing! Good luck with everything you have to work on!

John'aLee said...

Beautiful quilts. Of course I am partial to the dresden plate one!

Julie @ Jaybird Quilts said...

sinta,

do you want to make the wonky tree quilt? ...long story but i have one half started and i'm looking for a new home for it. e-mail me & i can explain the full story.

Polly said...

Pretty quilts, a great shop and good friends! Doesn't get better than that, right? Thanks for sharing! BTW, Sinta, where do we link up our Le Petite Project Paganini? I posted mine here http://auntpollysporch.blogspot.com/2010/09/paganinis-pumpkin.html Thanks so much! Polly