Sunday, February 24, 2013

Let's See....Where exactly do I begin?

Is there anything more frightening than a blank sheet that needs
to be filled with words? 
 
So much time has passed, so many things to share.  But for today I am just going to keep it light and easy.  I know most of you visit my blog to see all of the truly amazing quilts that I am fortunate enough to work with, so that's the direction I'm going for today.  Just to share a couple of wonderful quilts from some fantastic women.
 
The first couple of quilts came from Karen in IN.  LOVED both of the quilts for completely different reasons! The first one, her star quilt was FABULOUS!!  Perfect piecing and  the quilting design that she chose went beautifully with the design of the background fabric.
 

 
Blues...my favorite color!! 
 
 
Here is another fun and funky quilt from Judi in VT.  I always look forward to seeing her next quilt, always something fun from Judi!
 
 
Here's a close up of Mike's (IN) quilt.  I believe she told me this was a mystery quilt that she put together.  Very traditional which is Mikes style, she is a very classy lady! 

 
Three ladies for today.  More to come, I've got plenty to share.

But here's a link to more pictures of these great quilts...

SplittingStitches Longarm Quilting
 
thanks for checking on me,
hugs,
joanne
 
 
love to hear what you've got to say.....

5 comments:

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Well I've been missing you! Nice to see you and love the quilts!! Have a happy day!

Karen Hill said...

Thank you so much for your fabulous quilting. Your suggestion for the star quilt was perfect.

Karen in IN

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Ohhhhh, how fun. Great quilts and wonderful quilting. I can't even begin to imagine the quilts coming in and how fun it would be to return them all quilted. You do such lovely work!

Smiles,
Kelly

Barb said...

You are right, I truly do enjoy all of your quilts....

Rhonda said...

Hi Joanne! It's been awhile since I've visited. My computer has been acting up and it's new. Could it be the operator, I wonder...LOL
As always your quilting brings the quilts alive.
Take care!!