Thursday, December 30, 2010

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Deb's Quilts

 Deb has always liked making quilts with small pieces.

  
Barkley's Birds 2005
  
Anna Williams, Log Cabin
But once she discovered the quilts of Anna Williams she changed direction...


Brian's Quilt


She loves working in improvisational style



 The best gift you can give her is a bag full of scraps too small to save.

 She loves the found object, whether it's a masterpiece improvisational quilt like the one below that cost her $30


 And which inspired her to make the one below

Or a scrap of fabric in the trash

 Now the idea of found scraps in the trash may give some of us the willies...
But Deb does great things with them.

See a blog featuring this quilt which she made at Pt.B a few years ago
http://quiltinspiration.blogspot.com/2010/06/waste-not-want-not-quilts-from.html

And read her blog Thrift Shop Quilts
http://debrowden.blogspot.com/

Monday, December 20, 2010

Angie

Improvisation by Angie

She spends a lot of time quilting for other people but if you do
a web search for her you find a few of her own.

A Thousand Hearts

Thursday, December 16, 2010

News in December



The new C&T catalog has arrived with Allie's book in it. They won't be shipped till Valentine's Day though.
Click here for more:


Sally  writes to say that her surgery went very well. She was out of commission and so was the power at Pt. B.

Got out in three days. Not on any medication. Am recovering at my son's til Monday. Then head home with my twin sister, who will be with me for a week.


Vivian writes
The electricity was down for a day or so at Point B.. for those of us that were trying to get hold of someone by phone or email, to pay the final payment, we were not getting through.. and the lady that was supposed to answer was out sick.. I did get through and finalized the payment with my credit card.. . The lady I spoke to said not to worry..


And let's not even think about the power going out again!
Handsewing for a week.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Flaming Furniture Part 2

Kathe D.

Well the project started about 1984 in Kansas.


We added blocks in 1994 from our friends at Pt. B.

Then we made new friends and asked them to make blocks
 
Linda F

Nadra 3

Nadra 1

Nadra 2

The blocks ranged from 10 inches square (sorta square) to 15"

Deb R

Joanne Flaming Flame
Joanne designing, Georgann sewing
We now have 16 blocks!

What's it all mean you may ask.
Google the words Flaming Sofa
You'll find out.
It means nothing



And we aren't as clever as we thought we were.
If you Google Flaming Furniture or Burning Couch, etc. you will find lots of
daredevils.

But you can order a cake.
For what occasion I cannot imagine.

Stay tuned for finished top.




Sunday, December 5, 2010

Doreen


Blade by Doreen

 Hawaiian Spinning Stars by Doreen

Cowllaboration, blocks by Doreen, adjusted and finished by Ann M.


Here's why the quilt was called Cowllaboration.

See an album about Doreen from her daughter Megan


Bettina's finished her quilt using Doreen's French Provincial fabrics.


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Note from Deanna

 
PB coming up soon. I wonder, does everyone get that little fluttery feeling of excitement this time of year when when looking forward to our time together?? And wow! Isn’t Judi B’s quilt a beauty!


Asian Tea by Ann K  

The names of the organizations suggested by PB Campers for the Treasures Auction have been tallied. In alphabetical order the top five nominations are:
  • Alzheimer’s Quilts 
  • Children’s Quilts 
  • Pt Bonita YMCA 
  • San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles 
  • Susan G. Koman for the Cure

Erma with 70 stars for her 70th birthday

See the right hand column for information about the Treasures Auction and the NEW Heart Art section.


Helen's Russian Dolls in Progress