Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Bunny Sisters attend Hoity Toity Houses workshop with Mary Lou in beautiful Ft. Lauderdale Florida-Great FUN!


this girl wore an authentic Seminole jacket she purchased at a thrift store- lucky girl!



Charlotte and Laura (sisters) are building their homes next door even though they live in Florida and Texas. :0)







Red made an exciting and fun border on this-and now for the story to be sewn!

Isn't this quilt darling? So free and so happy and she is going to add rick rack and buttons and other fun things. I am in love with the choices here!



What a difference a roof makes!


Auditioning a large scale bright fabric sample. I often tell the class to start working on larger scaled prints...so many people are afraid of them and they give your quilts so much! The colors in the quilt were wonderful. This lady was from Denver and Florida.

Such a pretty smile! This is the beginning's of a fantastic castle quilt!

Iris Biaseti's quilt called the Old Lady Who Lived In the Shoe....I can relate. Won;t this be fun once she gets her people in there? Great class-they all took off and created great stuff!

8 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Love the house quilts. I want to do one with houses and building from my area. Think it would be fun and as a memory piece of the places I have loved.

Debbie

Mary said...

Looks like lots of fun!

Nedra said...

Laughter and quilting. What a perfect combination. Happy Easter!

The Happy Camper said...

Looks like so much fun. The houses are all so warm and happy, just as a house should be!

Maree in NC :-) said...

Wish some of these bright and happy houses were in my neighborhood! So fun!

Surely does look like everyone had a blast in this class!

Maree in NC :-) said...

Mary Lou, are those thongs as in flip flops or as in teeny tiny "flossing" panties? ;-) LOL

What an adorable monkey! :~D

Carole Kurth said...

Hi Mary Lou,
Looking thru your blog is always uplifting and inpsiring. I stopped here to get some inspirational quotes for my affirmation journal, and the happy faces in all your classes, and bright fun colors always lift me up.
Thank you! Carole

Rebecka said...

Love the houses. Very fun and funky.