Judi in VT sure can keep me busy!! Most of her quilts are lap quilts, but they are fabulous! The color combinations and the designs that Judi works with are amazing!! I would say that Judi is very much the non-traditional quilter, throws caution to the wind and ends up with some very cool art quilts. Here's the ones that I have recently worked on for her......
Cute little I Spy, not a traditional quilt for Judi, but a work of love.
Again, the color combo on these were amazing!! The fabrics were beautiful!
I think this is one of my very, very favorites! the top is one piece of dyed fabric, and the bottom is a combination of many different pieces. Judi appliqued some flying geese (used print on fabric) on this and it was stunning!! I wish I had a picture of the finished quilt!
Don't forget that you can click on the picture for a closer look and as always I've posted more pictures on my other blog, check them out here:
Insanely Cheap Quilting
Hope you all had a super fabulous Thanksgiving with lots and lots of family and friends at your table. All the kids were home and we had some friends from Indiana join us, it was a great Thanksgiving at our house. The time passed much too quickly and the house got quiet faster than I would have liked for it too.
I'm off to finish a story about Sally the Left Handed Quilter for the guild, and a couple of other fun games to play at the December meetings. Got a fun idea of using quilt block names to create words from Sue at Quilt Times. Using EQ7 to make the words, managed to come up with a block for every letter except the Y and I'll be using "Yo-Yo's" for it. It's going to be fun....I hope!!
Got to scoot...tons to do, and those quilts are screaming my name!! Have a super duper wonderful week!
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