Monday, January 31, 2011

Hockey night in Canada Widow's club

Hello everyone!  Isn't that a great name for a quilting group?  One of our local quilt shops (, hosts the club every Saturday night during the hockey season.  For $13 dollars, you get a table in their classroom and can work on your projects.  A quilt professional is available if you want/need help.  Not to mention the fact there is a whole big, beautiful store available to shop in too.  A few of the Sew and Sews spent Saturday afternoon and evening there, working away on our projects.  What a fun time we had!


Here's Sue, working on her postage stamp quilt.  This is her quilt-along project from P.S. I Quilt ( and it is just spectacular.  Here's a link to the Flickr page for the quilt-along

Michelle's just settling in.  She's working on a project for her beautiful grand-daughter...lucky girl.

Here's one of the blocks Michelle made...aren't those colours vibrant?  Love it!  She's rockin' the disappearing nine-patch!

Marilyn's the picture of's that quilt comin' along, girl?

Yoohoo!  What a fabulous those fabrics together!!  This is her first pieced quilt, congrats Marilyn!

This is one of the projects I worked on, a pattern I found at the Moda Bake Shop ( ). 
Those yummy fabrics are from the Dilly Dally line by Me and My Sister.


  1. Just thought I'd pop in and mention that yesterday I came across a blog where you can work on a mystery quilt next Sunday during the Superbowl. There is some prep work involved but you work on it for about 6 hours with installments every hour. It's here

  2. We look very enthusiastic. Next time there must be a picture of you and not just your block. (Though that block is certainly excellent)

    Thanks Mary for getting us coordinated etc. I feel like you and Sue are our mentors and the learning process is going to be great.

    Michelle B


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