Shelly came in today, to get the quilt she won for the November drawing. It looks great on her new recliner.
December 4th Four very dedicated volunteers made 45 pet beds today for Second Chance Animal Shelter in East Brookfield. Thank you all! These should help keep the cats and dogs a little warmer this winter.
Laurel’s Grand-daughter’s Halloween costume. How adorable.
Abby finished her trick or treat bag today! She used reflective tape , so that is what is glowing from the flash of the camera.
Many hands make light work. We made 101 animal beds today with the help of many generous people. We received donations from Sharon D, Ann M, Sturbridge quilting and sewing, Shelly M, Colleen L, Rita B, Jane C, and Becky S. Becky also helped cut so we could just start sewing today. Today our helpers were : Sally M, Patty D, Holley J, Rita B, Stacey D, Cassandra H and Eddi P. We were joined by the girl scouts from Leicester, MA and their sister city Leicester England. From Leicester MA: Aleksy G, Amelia M, Morgan E, Alyssa D, Lisa M, Dawn E, and Kate M. From Leicester England: Bethany L, Ella M, Charlotte P, Taryn P, Lucy S, Kairna S, Megan T, and Laura C. This was a very helpful group of girl scouts to work with. Thank you all for all of your help. We made many more beds than I had even hoped for.
All of us at SCAS would like to thank everyone at The Fabric Stash for sewing and donating 101 cat and dog beds!! These amazing beds will now be going home with each adopted dog and cat to get them started on the right foot in their new homes! What an amazing gift! Thank you for all the hard work and heart you put into these beautiful beds!
These quilts are from our sew-in session on July 10, 2016. We have 26 to send to the NIC unit at UMass Memorial. As I said before, we collect quilts all year for them. Thank you. A very big thank you for all the help we got on July 10, and to everyone who has continued to help.
I just finished another log cabin. This time I used the regular 6″ log cabin ruler from Creative Grid. Then I added another round and used the 8″ ruler to square up the blocks, so there is a fourth round on these. I also only used colored fabric…no light / white.
Debbie finished her curvy log cabin basket from last month. I love the flowers and table she added. If you lift the table cloth there is a pedestal under it. Debbie loves her details!
Ruth’s batik curvy log cabin quilt, made with the 6″ curvy log cabin ruler by Creative Grid.
Iris finished this curvy log cabin quilt at Purity Spring Resort during the quilt getaway. She used two jelly rolls plus white background.
Laurel just finished the center of her log cabin quilt, using the 8″ log cabin ruler by Creative Grid. Right now it measures 96″ square. I am adding an all dark log cabin border which will bring the measurement to 112″ x 112″. You might think I was Harriette with this measurement.
Camille used the creative grid curvy ruler with scraps from her collection to complete this quilt.