Thursday, November 17, 2011

Images of quilts made from my books, patterns or workshops-I am thankful for the whimsy and color in all of these























This final sample was made by Shaula Patton from my "Rejoice" pattern. Wonderful to have this time of year.

5 comments:

The Happy Camper said...

Hi Mary Lou,
The quilters castle is my favorite quilt. You showed it at Road to Ca and explained it was their retirement home and I just love that story quilt. Its so funny to see the Rejoice quilt. I am embarrassed to say I started that as a block of the month probably TEN years ago and I am only done up to about the 5th month. Yikes! Seeing it done on your blog inspires me to finish :-) Do you think i could be done by Christmas??? I am thankful for creativity, for technology that gives me access to talented people to inspire and teach, I am thankful for beautiful colors and warm fabric to make into beautiful things.

The Happy Camper said...

Hi Mary Lou,
The quilters castle is my favorite quilt. You showed it at Road to Ca and explained it was their retirement home and I just love that story quilt. Its so funny to see the Rejoice quilt. I am embarrassed to say I started that as a block of the month probably TEN years ago and I am only done up to about the 5th month. Yikes! Seeing it done on your blog inspires me to finish :-) Do you think i could be done by Christmas??? I am thankful for creativity, for technology that gives me access to talented people.

DianeP said...

I am grateful for YOU, Mary Lou, for sharing the bounty of all these beauteous quilts! What inspiration and joy they bring!!!

shaulap said...

It was a pleasure to meet you at Quilt Market this year and enjoy the fun of the cow quilts. I keep my cow button in the car to give me a little smile on the road! I do enjoy reading your exhuberant blog!
PS What fun to see my Christmas quilt here!

Mary in MI said...

Mary Lou, Thanks so much for posting my quilt. You inspire me every day and i am trying to keep up the good planning for my story quilts. I love your blog and every single quilt. Mary in MI