Friday, March 27, 2009

Clothesline Club - more "show" than "tell"

Here are the promised pictures from Clothesline Club that I went to on Tuesday. These are pictures of the show and tell part of our meeting. I'm just going to show you all of them, making it more "show" than "tell".

I hope you enjoyed all the photos! We really have a good time getting together and playing with 1930's fabrics. The picture above shows just a few of the large selection at Quilts Etc.
Everyone in the club is so enjoyable and talented:)
I just love Sandra who teaches the club - she brings so much energy and lots of fun every meeting.
I really look forward to it every month!

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Sherri said...

What wonderful "show and tell" pictures! I enjoyed them all!

Nedra said...

clap, clap, clap, clap.
That Sandra Mack is a hoot too!

Unknown said...

I loved your blog with the show and tell photos. You must have had a fun day from the looks of them. Nice blog.

Carrie P. said...

I just love show and tell. It is always so inspirational. Love the aprons.

Cindy said...

What great photos to feast our eyes on. Thank you.

Betsy said...

You are correct. Definetly alot of talent and beautiful creations.

Sweet P said...

I love the Clothesline Club. I just wish there was a store around here that offered it.

I am making a chicken scratch apron for a friend of mine. Those aprons are so cute! So are all of the projects.

amy smart said...

What great pictures! I'm so glad you shared! I just love that triangle quilt and the yellow, blue and red pickle dish(is that what you call it)/wedding ring quilt. So wonderful!

Dionne said...

What lovely pictures! I love the whole "show" part of show and tell best of all! I received my package ~ how lovely it looks all tied up with a bow, and so many more items than you mentioned. Thank you, thank you!

Kate/Massachusetts said...

I fell in love with the quilt that is the 16th and 17th image from the top of the page - it's the one with all the triangles! Is there a pattern for that quilt that is available for purchase? It is so old-fashioned looking and gorgeous! Thanks!

dfuller55 at verizon dot net

Lori Holt said...


The pattern is called "1,000 Pyramids" - and yes, she said there are one thousand of them!
It's an old traditionsl pattern- I can ask her about it next month.
She used civil war repro fabrics.
By the way, she has also handquilted it!

Nanette Merrill said...

Yes I'm jealous. Love the aprons. Love the fun clothespin hanger. Love the quilts. All darling. And the fabric - sigh. So "us". I always love to see what you are up to. Makes me smile.

Cathy said...

I'm having a lovely time looking at your older blog posts and it was sew fun seeing that beautiful lady Rae-Ann. What a doll!!

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